The statistics for the United States aren’t much better: Only 30 percent of U.S. workers are engaged in their jobs.
When only a fraction of the workforce is interested in or motivated by their work, something needs to change. And not just for employees’ sakes—organizations benefit financially when their employees’ engagement is high.
The infographic explains that when employee engagement goes up, some of the changes organizations experience include:
- Higher innovation
- Revenue growth
- Reduced turnover
- Gains in share price
- Attraction of new talent
How can your organization do a better job of keeping employees engaged? By following the 10 best practices for employee engagement. Check them out below: