Miriam Lacey Featured in Business News Daily on How to Effectively Engage Employees
Boosting employee engagement has multiple benefits including, creating a strong company culture, improving employee productivity and communication, and employees feel more connected and invested in their work. Miriam Lacey shares with Business News Daily how employees today are seeking more than just showing up to do the work -- they want to be enthusiastic about their work and feel valued. Surprisingly, research from Gallup revealed that only 36% of employees report feeling engaged at work. The research shows there is room for improvement and employers should actively try to find ways to keep their employees engaged.
One easy way to boost employee engagement is by supporting employees’ goals. Employers must make the time for employees and understand their employees’ personal goals and look for opportunities to satisfy them. “Discuss their career goals openly, and find growth opportunities within their existing role or in a new position within the organization. During working-from-home conditions, employers can schedule a one-on-one to discuss employees’ goals and ways to grow,” said Lacey.
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