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  • An "engaged employee" is one who is fully involved in, and enthusiastic about, his or her work, and thus will act in a way that furthers their organisation's interests. In a world class business the ratio of engaged Vs disengaged staff is 8:1 Source Gallup
  • Increased Morale & Job Satisfaction Lower Sickness Costs & Absence Rates More Effective Problem Solving Better Customer Service Improved Communication Higher Staff Retention Lower Recruitment Costs Higher Performance Levels
  • The study says… Assess Engagement Levels Define Required Behaviours Communicate Expectations & Goals Link Employee Performance To Business Goals Regularly Review Performance Train & Develop People Provide An Employee Voice Disengagement “if you cant change the people change the people”

ProfCat 2011:one - Handover HR ProfCat 2011:one - Handover HR Presentation Transcript

  • E=MC²
  • E is for
    • ENGAGEMENT
  • What Is Employee Engagement?
  • What’s In It For Me?
    • An Extra £1500 Profit Per Employee 
    • This Is Profit Through People,
    • “ The World Of Employee Engagement”
  • M is for
    • MOTIVATION
  • Motivation
  • Creating The Environment
    • W – Are They WILLING To Do It
    • I – Is There An INCENTIVE To Do It
    • S – Is There SECURITY If They Fail
    • C – The CONFIDENCE To Do It
  • C is for
    • CONTRIBUTION
  • Employer Contribution
  • C is for
    • CONTRIBUTION (again)
  • Employee Contribution
    • T – Are They TRAINED To Do It
    • R – Is It Part Of Their ROLE
    • U – Understand What’s INVOLVED
    • E – Previous EXPERIENCE
  • Summary
    • Do Nothing
    • Disengage
    • Engage
  •