Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement Activities

Is my employee engagement level top-notch?”

“Are my employees giving 100%?”

“Are my employees committed to their jobs?”

I am sure you are wondering why this is important. If you’re a manager, HR staff, or a CEO heading an organization, these are probably the important questions on your mind.

These questions are obvious, but the answers are more complex. What do you think it is that keeps employees motivated? We shall be sharing some tips on how to boost employee engagement

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  • Make them a part of your story: Every business is built to satisfy a need. What’s yours? Is the mission of your organization clear enough to your employee(s)? Do your employee(s) know what is expected of them in their roles? If your employees are not sure of what they have to achieve, then there’s no way to measure success. Clarify what you expect of them, their roles and responsibilities, from day one.
  • Practice what you preach because Culture matters – A company’s culture cannot be built overnight, but it can be consciously moulded into what you want through employee engagement.
  • Level up on your performance evaluation process – Traditional annual employee engagement performance appraisals can leave managers and employees with loads of subjective comments, but no accurate data about a full year’s performance of the employee. Monthly, quarterly employee engagement or once every few weeks fosters a continuous feedback system.
  • Work hard, play harder, and crush the numbers; Gamify your workplace – Gamification is a relatively new concept that converts those mundane, tedious tasks to a fun-driven activity. Gamification is one of those employee engagement activities that can be both fun and rewarding to an employee.
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