90% of leaders think an employee engagement strategy impacts business success, but only 1 in 4 organizations develop one. (Accor Services)
When it comes to creating a sustainable competitive advantage, your workforce is the number one driver. Time and time again, research has shown that an engaged workforce will outperform work groups that are not engaged. In order for your business to thrive and succeed, you need to ensure that your employees are as focused and productive as possible. Taking the time to develop a strategic approach to engagement can reduce turnover, increase retention and boost your bottom line by hundreds of thousands - even millions in new or recovered revenue.
Develop commitment and energy within your business.
Employee engagement is a key indicator for your workers’ involvement and dedication to your business. Work Institute’s engagement interviews delve into the most important issues that energize or de-energize your top performers. In order to provide you the best insight and consulting, our engagement surveys are performed over a period of time. Analyzing the results, we uncover how your employees feel about their position, the business - and why.
The results of our engagement interviews allow us to show you the necessary actions you need to improve your employee engagement strategies, and develop your employees into committed, high-performance workers.
According to Gallup, only 13% of employees are engaged at work. Increasing engagement should be a strategic priority.
Solving the problem of employee engagement issues is crucial to your employee retention rate, talent brand - and ultimately, your bottom line.
According to research, increasing engagement levels can yield an increase in performance up to 20%, and an 87% reduction in turnover. When you consider direct and indirect costs of replacing an employee, this accounts for tens of thousands - even hundreds of thousands of dollars per employee.
The cost of savings continues when you consider that engaged employees take 37% less unscheduled leave. Engaged employees also produce higher rates of productivity, meaning increased profits for your organization.
Work Institute’s engagement consulting starts by uncovering the information you need to understand about your employee’s attitudes. Using this valuable data, we’re able to show you how to make necessary changes in the workplace, reducing turnover, increasing a positive corporate culture and productivity, and slashing internal costs.
WORK INSTITUTE CAN HELP
We would love the opportunity to earn your business. Call us now to schedule your free consultation to discuss your employee engagement challenges.