As a business owner, it’s important to put the customer first, but equally important is making sure your employees are engaged, meaning they feel a connection with your company and are motivated to do a good job. Amazingly, only 15% of employees worldwide are engaged!
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Businesses that effectively engage their employees:
- Outperform other businesses: 202%
- See greater customer loyalty: 233%
- Grow revenue faster: 26%
- Reduce employee turnover: 65%
Supply the Right Tools & Technology
3 out of 4 employees in America believe employers don’t give them access to the latest technology to do their jobs efficiently.
About 40% of workers say they left a company because they lacked access to state-of-the-art digital tools, and 58% say they need to work elsewhere to gain digital skills.
Businesses with a strong learning culture enjoy employee engagement and retention rates 30 – 50% higher than businesses that don’t.
Offering career training and development would keep 86% of millennials from leaving their current position.
Encourage Social Connections
88% of employees rate their relationship with their coworkers as important to their job satisfaction.
Women who have a best friend at work are more than twice as likely to be engaged (63%) compared with the women who say otherwise (29%).
Belief in senior leadership is the #1 factor in creating positive employee engagement.
58% of workers say they’d start a job with a lower salary if that meant working for a great boss.
85% of employees say they are likely to stay longer with an employer that shows a high level of social responsibility.
Employees who feel their voice is heard at work are 4.6 times more likely to feel empowered to perform their best work.
82% of employees say they would be more loyal to their employers if they had flexible work options.
75% of workers say they experience greater productivity at home because they encounter fewer distractions, fewer interruptions from colleagues (74%), less stress from commuting (71%), and less office politics (65%).
Limited recognition and praise is the #1 reason people leave jobs.
79% of people who quit their jobs cite “lack of appreciation” as their reason for leaving.
70% of employees say that motivation and morale would improve massively if managers said “thank you” more often.