Managers must take proactive steps to increase employee engagement, or risk losing their workforce. Engaged employees perform better, experience less burnout, and stay in organizations longer. The authors created this Employee Engagement Checklist: a distilled, research-based resource that practitioners can execute on during this critical period of renewed uncertainty. Use this checklist to boost employee engagement by helping them connect what they do to what they care about, making the work itself less stressful and more enjoyable, and rewarding them with additional time off, in addition to financial incentives.
Authors: Ashley Whillans, Daniel Stein, Jon M. Jachimowicz, Nick Hobson
Source: “Harvard Business Review”
Subjects: Human Resources, Motivation, Organizational Behavior