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5 Survey Questions To Make Your Employee Engagement Survey Even More Effective

 

5 Signs Of Employee Disengagement And How To Solve It

Employee engagement refers to the degree to which an individual is emotionally, cognitively and behaviorally invested into their work. It sounds wonderful, but how often is it actually possible in a regular workplace setting? According to Gallup 36% of U.S. workers are actively involved at work. Pretty dismal. Yet companies that reach a ratio 4-1 - four employees are engaged and one is disengaged - unlock a lot of benefits. Sales increase by 15% Profit increase of 21% 5% higher customer engagement The problem is that approximately 65% of the U.S. workforce are currently disengaged. Sometimes it can be difficult to spot disengagement. Let's look at the five signs that employee disengagement can be and how we can fix them.

The CHRO's Guide to Performance Management

11 questions you should ask in your next performance review How often do you evaluate your employees’ performance? Is it annually? Quarterly, perhaps?

7 simple mistakes to avoid as a new manager

Starting a new position is always difficult. There’s a learning curve to the job, but you’re expected to pick everything up fast. 

Accused of Being a Micromanager? Here’s How to Change It

Are you a micromanager? How would you even know?

How I Learned to Resolve Conflict Easily: 3 Easy Steps to Conflict-Resolution at Workplace

Workplace conflict is inevitable when employees with different perspectives, backgrounds, educational levels, and different work styles work together. When conflict emerges, managers need to work diligently to solve it so that the team can continue producing at a steady clip. 

It's time to start changing the way your employees engage. 

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