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The ROE Of Employee Engagement

The ROE Of Employee Engagement by NeverGrowUp®

Companies that aim to thrive in the long run look beneath the surface. They focus on nurturing and investing in its greatest asset – its workforce. In fact, studies suggest that organisations prioritising employee engagement witness around 21% rise in productivity.

Bottom line: When employees are happy, the whole workplace is a happier place.

The Ball's In Your Court

Play the long game, and play it well. A comprehensive engagement plan will put you miles ahead of the competition. In the long run, it will provide you with benefits like:

Better productivity: Engaged employees are more motivated to excel in the workplace. When they understand how their contributions impact the bigger picture, they are more likely to take ownership of their tasks.

More scope for innovation: Engaged employees are more proactive. Being in an environment where they feel a sense of belonging opens doors to creativity and new ideas.

Lower turnover: Create a workplace that employees don't want to leave. Employees who feel secure and happy in their current organisation are less likely to seek opportunities elsewhere. A high turnover rate can be costly and disruptive, making employee retention a valuable advantage.

Improved customer experience: How your employees feel is how your customers/clients will feel eventually. Employees feeling positive in the workplace will translate into fruitful customer interactions. It's a no-brainer that engaged employees will be far more successful in fostering long-term consumer loyalty than a workforce that needs to be more engaged.

Stronger company culture: Your workforce is the true ambassador of your culture. A supportive and inclusive environment, in turn, attracts and retains top talent.

It's clear, organisations cannot ignore employee engagement anymore; educating and embracing it is the right way to go.

One Indicator, Multiple Routes Of Measurement

Measuring employment engagement in real-time is just as important as measuring finances and sales regularly. Having said that, there are multiple proven methods of measuring employee engagement.

Use surveys. Ask the right questions, and you'll have everything you need to get going. Employee engagement surveys are a popular way to gather insights. These surveys typically consist of questions that gauge employees' opinions, feelings, and perceptions about their roles, the organisation, and the work environment. Insights are like gold dust when it comes to employee engagement.

Another way to keep your employees engaged is regular feedback sessions with their managers. From addressing their concerns to celebrating their achievements, these sessions should intend to create an open communication channel across all levels.

Finally, analysing performance metrics can give you an idea of how engaged your employees are. If you notice a sudden drop in productivity, an increase in errors, or a decline in customer satisfaction, it might be a sign that your employees are disengaged.

Go Slow To Go Fast

Pick one or a combination of the measurement mechanisms mentioned above. Take time to understand where you stand to plan where you'll go.

Baby steps. That's the secret sauce to building a solid employee-driven culture. Before you hit the road, take stock of your resources. Assess where you stand in your engagement journey before zeroing in on the destination.

Absenteeism and attrition rate are two factors that impact employee engagement significantly. A tool like ROE Calculator can deepen your understanding of these factors, and help your organisation open new doors of employee engagement. Using market benchmarks and just three quick inputs, the Return on Engagement calculator gives you a picture of how engagement positively impacts your business bottom-line & how much your company can gain annually through enhanced productivity, reduced absenteeism, on-boarding costs and reduced attrition. Any organisation, irrespective of its size, can gain from the tool’s comprehensive insights – they are gold dust, after all, when it comes to employee engagement. It not just saves you the hassle of sourcing data from different platforms but also makes sure you have all the vital information you need to get started.

Whether you’re taking your first steps or looking to redefine your employee engagement strategy, remember, it’s not a one-time intervention but a continuous journey that will unravel and keep evolving with changing trends and your company’s goals.


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