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What is employee engagement?

Employee engagement is a positive, energized state of mind that stems from both a logical and an emotional investment of personal energy that is absorbed in an focused on transforming a work task, a team goal and/or an organization outcome into a meaningful business objective.

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Employee Engagement describes the way employees demonstrate commitment, ownership, and discretionary effort toward their work, team, and organization. How people feel about their jobs, working conditions, management, compensation, and a host of other factors determines how well an organization performs.

Engaged employees are loyal and psychologically committed to the organization. They are far more likely to deliver above-average performance. In addition, engaged employees are more likely to stay with the organization, be more productive, customer focused, resilient, innovative, and be star performers.

Employees who are not engaged may be productive, but they are not psychologically connected to their company. They are less inclined to give the best of themselves to the organization. They are more likely to miss work days and more likely to leave. Employees who are actively disengaged are psychologically absent, are unhappy with their work situation and insist on sharing that unhappiness with their colleagues.

Updated on: 02/12/2020

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