The culture of an organisation will influence the engagement of the employees within your business and ultimately their productivity and performance. More than remuneration or conditions, more than professional development, it is your company culture that keeps good employees in their roles, or, results in them finding employment elsewhere.
Remuneration is generally understood to be the payment of wages or salary, plus benefits, to an employee for work performed. It can also be used as a tool to attract and retain employees.
Employee Engagement and causes at work. It’s good for the world; good for your employees; and good for your business
Work is a central part of life, and an important one. However, it isn’t your employees’ whole life. Whatever the reason, employees need to, and are indeed entitled to, take leave.
We often write about recruitment, performance development, and other measures business owners can take to attract and retain great people. All of this is important. We know hiring the right people into the right jobs is crucial to supporting and growing your business. What about employee engagement?
Providing a healthy work environment where employees can excel personally and professionally can go a long way towards improving your employee engagement.
Engaging employees is not just about socialising and participating in team events.
It is about:
• making individuals feel a part of the business,
• valued for the work they produce, and
• developing a good brand.
Get employee engagement wrong and you could face losing your most valuable asset, your employees.
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