employee engagement

Definition

Emotional connection an employee feels toward his or her employment organization, which tends to influence his or her behaviors and level of effort in work related activities. The more engagement an employee has with his or her company, the more effort they put forth. Employee engagement also involves the nature of the job itself - if the employee feels mentally stimulated; the trust and communication between employees and management; ability of an employee to see how their own work contributes to the overall company performance; the opportunity of growth within the organization; and the level of pride an employee has about working or being associated with the company.

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  • The company needed to practice more employee engagement, so workers did not feel as though no one cared about them and their duties.

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  • The employee engagement was critical to ensuring a successful project on all fronts as this was a huge business project for us.

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  • Trying to keep up a high level of employee engagement will always have your workers ready for what comes next.

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