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Low engaged and partially engaged employees are threat to any organization. Here listed are the effective ways to deal with low engaged employees.

Low engaged and partially engaged employees are threat to any organization. Here listed are the effective ways to deal with low engaged employees.

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    • 1. How to deal with disengaged employees at the workplace?
    • 2. The success of any organization depends on the collective work of every individual.
    • 3. Typically, a mix of fully engaged and disengaged employees can be found at a workplace.
    • 4. CHARACTERISTICS OF DISENGAGED EMPLOYEES
    • 5. Disengaged Employees
      Ruin the Environment
      Disturb the work
      Produce low productivity
    • 6.
      • Does not accomplish the set targets.
      • ARE lazy.
      • Consciously choose not to work.
    • IMPACT OF DISENGAGE PEOPLE
    • 7.
      • DO NOT ACCOMPLISH THE GIVEN TASKS
      • Create disturbance for others
      • Carry negative feelings
      • Influence the work environment negatively
    • Partly-engagedpeople are also a liability to an organization.
    • 8. CRITICAL ATTITUDE OF PARTLY-ENGAGED EMPLOYEES.
    • 9.
      • Have negative consequences.
      • Has impact on employee experiences, attitudes and employee retention.
      • Create issues with the customers and disturb loyal customers.
      • Finally they affect the ROI of the organization, employee retention and productivity.
    • Steps to deal with disengaged employees
      at the workplace.
    • 10. Identify who is engaged, partly-engaged and disengaged.
    • 11. Identify why employees are disengaged and discuss if any issues are present and rectify them by giving better solutions.
    • 12. Motivate them with tangible benefits.
    • 13. Intrinsic motivation can be increased by making the employees feel at ease, encouraging them to develop their skills and promoting them to higher positions.
    • 14. Extrinsic motivation includes:
      • Increase in the salary
      • 15. Giving bonus
      • 16. Providing extra incentives
      • Explains the disengaged employees how to change their behavior
      • 17. Make them understand their position
      • 18. Assign mentors to them
    • How do we improve employees’ engagement with work?
    • 19. Steps to Improve Employee Engagement
    • 20. Review the employee’s performance appraisal.
    • 21. Encourage employees to interact with HR personnel.
    • 22. Never get involved in an employee’s personal life.
    • 23. Develop positive attitudes in the workplace.
    • 24. Train the managers to manage the employees better.
    • 25. CONCLUSION
    • 26. "Disengagement in the workplace hinders progress and results in low productivity. These disturb the work environment and decreases profits. Managers need to be trained on how to deal with these issues and increase productivity by involving disengaged employees in various activities."
    • 27. To read more such articles, please visit http://blog.commlabindia.com/
    • 28. Thank You

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