Employee engagement is not a new concept. Companies have long understood that a highly engaged workforce can reduce absenteeism, lower employee turnover, increase productivity, and improve customer satisfaction—among myriad other benefits.
Why the renewed emphasis as of late?
The answer to that question relates in no small part to what companies are dealing with in the job market. These days, it’s gotten increasingly tight. In April 2022, there were 11.4 million job openings, while the number of unemployed persons remained at 6 million in May.
Finding and retaining talent in a tight job market is among the hardest challenges your organization will face—made even more
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