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Infographic – 10 Pillars of Employee Engagement

Do your employees care about their work? The answer could have a big impact on your company’s metrics. Profitable businesses with happy customers are likely to stem from engaged employees and high-performing teams, motivated to work hard and drive your business to success.
Trelise Mansfield
by Trelise Mansfield
on 5 September 2018

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Do your employees care about their work? The answer could have a big impact on your company’s metrics. Profitable businesses with happy customers are likely to stem from engaged employees and high-performing teams, motivated to work hard and drive your business to success.

So, what constitutes an “engaged employee”?

Businesses with high employee engagement come in all different sizes and industries, but they do have a few things in common. Here’s our list of the ten pillars of employee engagement — highlighting where you can make small changes to achieve big rewards.

Sources:

  1. Wellness: European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
  2. Purpose: HR Technologist
  3. Goals: 2016 Towers Watson Study
  4. Feedback: PWC
  5. Recognition: Tjinsite
  6. Growth: Spherion
  7. Accomplishment: HBR
  8. Employee-Manager Connection: Gallup
  9. Peer Relationships: Gallup
  10. Company Alignment: FTP

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