Engagement

Posts Tagged Engagement

Spring, 2010

In earlier generations of workers, an unspoken, sink-or-swim approach to on-the-job training was often good enough to bring new employees up to speed. Yet that approach might be less effective with those from the Millennial or Generation Y demographic, a group raised with different expectations and work styles.

News Updates
June 18, 2010

A vast majority of employees say they are disengaged or not engaged, creating an unproductive—or, worse, toxic—work environment.

The August 2009 Gallup Employee Engagement Index reported that only 33 percent of workers are engaged in their jobs, 49 percent are not engaged, and 18 percent are actively disengaged. The Gallup Organization defines the categories as follows:

Engaged employees work with passion and feel a profound connection to their company. They drive innovation and move the organization forward.

News Updates
June 18, 2010

Though there are signs of recovery in the global economy, areas of weakness continue, especially in the labor market. HR professionals will be among the first to see signs of life return to the job market and any accompanying increase in turnover. With many disengaged employees staying put rather than risking an uncertain job market, HR professionals in 2010 will be focusing on how to reengage employees and retain the most valuable talent.

News Updates
March 16, 2010

Where Counting Counts: Data document a dramatic turnaround in employee relations among accounting professionals.

News Updates
March 16, 2010