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Fully Engaged: What does your workplace say about your company culture?


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The future of the workplace is changing – the way we work is evolving and organizations need to look for other strategies, tools or approaches to sustain and grow business. A focus on employee engagement has become a top business priority for senior executives. In this paper, we advocate for the importance of ‘workplace expression’ as a crucial tool that improves employee engagement and motivation and outline the performance and financial benefits an effective workplace expression can bring to an organization by examining the links between company culture and employee engagement.

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Fully Engaged: What does your workplace say about your company culture?

  1. 1. November 2015 Fully Engaged What does your workplace say about your company culture?
  2. 2. Employee Engagement has become a top business priority for senior executives Workplace expression is the harnessing and communicating of the cultural and brand values of a company through the physical design of its workplace.
  3. 3. 3 Workplace expression HOWEngagement Motivation of employees Performance Financial benefits
  4. 4. Recent surveys indicate that between 70- 80% of employees are “not engaged” with or “actively disengaged” from their work. 4 The Problem with Employee Disengagement Client interactions Collaborative performance Increases absenteeism Negative effects of toxic environment
  5. 5. 5 Active disengagement costs the U.S. $450 billion to $550 billion per year
  6. 6. Patient Safety Incidents Safety Incidents -41% -26% -25% -37% -46% Absenteeism 10% 21% 22% Employee Turnover Shrinkage Customer Productivity Profitability Why Engaged Workers Drive Business Performance 6 How do you recognise Engaged Workers? Engaged Workers Bring discretionary effort to their work practice Tie sense of personal success to business goals Connect to the organisation on an emotional level Disengaged Workers
  7. 7. Why Culture is Key to Increasing Engagement 7 “Since we have been on our journey of improving workspaces, we have seen a dramatic increase in our engagement levels, a lowering in attrition rates, and improvements in the quality of people who want to join DBS—all of which can be very directly translated to our five years of top and bottom line growth.” - Paul Cobban, COO of Technology and Operations at DBS Bank Companies who actively developed their culture 755% Higher revenue Higher income 516%
  8. 8. The Benefits of a Desirable Workplace Genuine expression of a strong and vibrant company culture allows an organisation to: 8 “Brands have two rules – persuading outsiders to buy and persuading insiders to believe.” – Wally Olins Attract and retain talent without entering an escalating salary competition Communicate brand proposition and drive internal engagement Communicate to clients and investors about your company values and behaviours that set you apart from the competition
  9. 9. 9 What does your workplace say about your company culture? Next time you walk around the workplace, ask yourself: If you don’t like the answer, we can help.
  10. 10. Want to learn more about improving workplace productivity? Download a free copy of the full report: Fully Engaged Or contact one of our experts: Grant Morrison Head of Workplace Strategy, APAC Bernice Boucher Head of Workplace Strategy, Americas Trevor Alldridge Workplace Strategy Europe, Middle East and Africa