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In a 2013 Gallup study of companies that had an engagement culture, they found that companies in the top 25% of employee engagement compared with those on the bottom 25% exhibited: 21% higher productivity, 22% higher profitability, 41% higher quality, 48% fewer safety incidents, and a 37% reduction in absenteeism. Employee engagement affects key business outcomes.
Studies of the Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For,” show that an engaged workforce
displays greater awareness of corporate goals, more creativity and greater work satisfaction.
The bottom line to a company who’s workforce is engaged; increased productivity and employee loyalty, reduced turnover and accidents, increased customer satisfaction, increased customer loyalty and increased profitability.
”John Naisbitt in his 1982 best seller “Megatrends” predicted we would be moving into an information based society in a world economy”, he explained that, “...whenever technology is introduced, there must be a counter balancing high touch response”. We must create high touch environments whose soft edges balance out the hard edges of technology.”
“Companies and managers that ignore “high touch” strategies will find their employees increasing feeling like a “cog” in a machine.” Managers need the tools to recognize their employees goals and achievements.
Whether your goals is improving the overall value and quality of your service award program, or adding a new dimension to your safety awareness culture, or designing and implementing creative ideas to keep your workforce performance focused and motivated, we can help you build that appreciation and recognition tool.
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