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The Payoff to Employee Engagement


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As companies and corporations continue to explore the topic of employee engagement, it is important to understand why it is so important. What are the benefits? More importantly, what is the PAYOFF to employee engagement?

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The Payoff to Employee Engagement

  1. 1. THE PAYOFF OF Employee Engagement
  2. 2. you must first win in the workplace.” “To win in the marketplace, Doug Conant, CEO, Campbell’s Soup
  3. 3. Employees are an organization’s most important asset, but most don’t invest the time and resources to ensure its employees are engaged.
  4. 4. In fact, statistics reveal that today’s workforce is increasingly disengaged in their work. Only 29% of employees are actively engaged in their jobs. 54% of employees are not engaged. 17% of employees are actively disengaged. Source: Gallup
  5. 5. r Most employers often mistake employee satisfaction for employee engagement. shows up to their daily 9-5 without complaint, going through the routine and churning out work for a paycheck. This employee, while satisfied with their job, will not go the extra mile on their own, or advocate for their employer, and will most likely take the new job offer with a bump in pay. has an emotional commitment to the organization and its goals. They don’t simply work for a paycheck, or to move up the corporate ladder, but they work on behalf of the organization’s goals and use discretionary effort. They fully embody and believe in the organization’s mission and values. A SATISFIED EMPLOYEE AN ENGAGED EMPLOYEE
  6. 6. What is the payoff of EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?
  7. 7. Companies with highly engaged workforces outperform their peers by 147% in earnings per share. Source: Gallup
  8. 8. Source: Gallup Business Units in the top engagement quartile experience 65% less turnover.
  9. 9. Companies whose employees are engaged experience 10% to 15% higher profit growth. Source: MITSloan Management
  10. 10. Engaged companies have 6% higher net profit margins. Source: Towers Perrin
  11. 11. Organizations that successfully engage their customers and their employees experience a 240% boost in performance-related business outcomes. Source: Gallup
  12. 12. Business Units in the top engagement quartile experience 22% higher profitability. Source: Gallup
  13. 13. Business Units in the top engagement quartile experience 28% less shrinkage. Source: Gallup
  14. 14. U LT I M AT E LY … Engaged employees deliver higher quality service, which leads to higher customer satisfaction, generating higher sales, and higher profit margins, which results in higher shareholder returns.
  15. 15. For more insights on how to better engage your employees, download our free white paper, or contact Lucy Kaegi, Director of Business Development at agencyEA. Lucy Kaegi Director of Business Development, agencyEA 311 W. Walton St., Chicago, IL 60610 (312) 651-6332 DOWNLOAD