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Engaged employees act and behave differently than satisfied employees
Satisfied employees are content. They’re not likely to quit. They get along with their coworkers. But do they go the extra mile for your organization? The answer is maybe and sometimes.
Employee Engagement is the outcome of these three things
Employee engagement is the simplest way to limit turnover, boost productivity, and find new talent. To measure it, look at responses to these three survey statements…
Satisfied Employees vs. Engaged Employees: How to Spot the Difference
What’s the difference, and why should you care?
Talk of company culture and employee engagement is everywhere, and a majority of CEOs rate company culture as a key factor in organizational success. But not long
ago, the conversation revolved around employee satisfaction. So, what’s the difference between a satisfied employee and an engaged employee?
What is Employee Engagement? Three Key Steps To Improving it
Employee engagement is the degree to which an individual person connects with and commits to the mission and goals of your organization. At Energage, we define employee engagement as “individual passion working toward shared success.” That means engagement isn’t something you do to people; it’s something you inspire in them.
Yes, There a Place for Fun at Work
Celebrating National Fun at Work Day National Fun at Work Day on January 25 is the perfect time to think about the role fun plays in the workplace. Turns out, your organization — as well as your employees — can benefit from more of it. A fun workplace can be an indication of an engaged […]