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Conquering the
tipping point in
employee engagement
THE 3 TYPES OF EMPLOYEES
35%
Engaged
work with passion, drive
innovation and move the
organization forward
Not Engaged
che...
1/8 >10
most engaged in a company with 10 people
Most engaged
in Northern America
Least engaged
in Nort Africa and Middle ...
AVERAGE DISENGAGED EMPLOYEE
in the middle of their career
male rather than female
not highly educated
not remote worker
wa...
COST FOR BUSINESS
Disengaged employees drag down companies,
costing billions of dollars in lost productivity
and resulting...
WHAT DRIVES ENGAGEMENT
80% Relationship with Direct Manager
70% Belief in senior leadership
54% Pride in working for the c...
1.
2.
HOW TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM
Encourage and track engagement
Give feedback and
communcate
3. Connect with each
employee
W...
THE RESULT
Increased revenues
2.5x
Before
After
$
Motivated people
& more effort
57%
Before
After
smaller employee
turnove...
References: 1. State of the American Workplace Report 2013 – Gallup [http://www.gallup.com/strategicconsulting/163007/stat...
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How to Conquer the Tipping Point in Employee Engagement

Read more: https://blog.weekdone.com/conquer-the-tipping-point-in-employee-engagement/

The way a lot of employees are working is just not working anymore. Employee engagement is considered to be the number one reason behind employee productivity. We analyzed different researches and put the results in one infographic. It shows why you need a change in the way your team is working. Just some facts:

Only 35% of the overall workforce is truly engaged.
Merely 1 out of 8 employees is committed to the job.
Disengagement costs businesses billions of dollars per year.

There are number of variables contributing to the feeling of fulfillment and engagement at work. How could you overcome the tipping point in employee engagement?

For extra information, read our blog: Read more: https://blog.weekdone.com/conquer-the-tipping-point-in-employee-engagement/

How to Conquer the Tipping Point in Employee Engagement

  1. 1. Conquering the tipping point in employee engagement
  2. 2. THE 3 TYPES OF EMPLOYEES 35% Engaged work with passion, drive innovation and move the organization forward Not Engaged checked out, they do not put energy or passion into their work Actively Disengaged busy acting out their unhappiness at work
  3. 3. 1/8 >10 most engaged in a company with 10 people Most engaged in Northern America Least engaged in Nort Africa and Middle East 1 out of 8 is committed to their jobs
  4. 4. AVERAGE DISENGAGED EMPLOYEE in the middle of their career male rather than female not highly educated not remote worker warning: millennials are most likely to leave their job in the next 12 months
  5. 5. COST FOR BUSINESS Disengaged employees drag down companies, costing billions of dollars in lost productivity and resulting in much higher turnover rates Negative atmosphere Lost capital $500 billion Cost of disengagement per year $ actively disengaged not engaged liable to spread negativity 24% 63%
  6. 6. WHAT DRIVES ENGAGEMENT 80% Relationship with Direct Manager 70% Belief in senior leadership 54% Pride in working for the company Fun fact: with that money you could fly to the moon 5000times
  7. 7. 1. 2. HOW TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM Encourage and track engagement Give feedback and communcate 3. Connect with each employee What’s happening? Just working... Weekdone.com is a free tool to increase employee engagement via team communications and status reporting. Accessible on web and mobile.
  8. 8. THE RESULT Increased revenues 2.5x Before After $ Motivated people & more effort 57% Before After smaller employee turnover 40% Before After less absenteeism 34%
  9. 9. References: 1. State of the American Workplace Report 2013 – Gallup [http://www.gallup.com/strategicconsulting/163007/state-american-workplace.aspx] 2. 2012 Global workforce Study – Towers Watson [http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Insights/IC-Types/Survey-Re- search-Results/2012/07/2012-Towers-Watson-Global-Workforce-Study] 3. A global generational study – February 2014 - PwC´s NextGen [http://www.pwc.com/en_US/us/about-us/corporate-responsibili- ty/assets/pwc-employee-engagement.pdf] 4. Key Drivers of Employee engagement Dale Carnegie Training [http://www.dalecarnegie.co.za/about_us/] 5. Hay Group Survey – Employee Engagement [http://www.haygroup.com/downloads/us/engaged_performance_pdf] 6. Washington Post – Pay employees to quit [http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-leadership/w- p/2014/04/14/why-more-companies-should-pay-employees-to-quit/] 7. Weekdone – employee reporting tool [www.weekdone.com] Weekdone.com - employee progress reporting and internal communications tool. Always know team-members' plans and achievements. Publish objectives and see how your team is moving towards them. weekdone.com google.com/+weekdonefb.me/weekdoneLinkedIN@weekdone

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