Are Your Employees Engaged in Their Work?
As the work environment becomes more mobile and dispersed, it can be challenging to keep employees fully engaged.
Collaboration is fundamental to employee engagement. Workers need trusted connections with executives, managers, and peers. They also need access to the tools and resources necessary to do their jobs, collaborate with others, and develop their skills.
According to a study by BlessingWhite:
- Employees view career development, training, and use of their specific talents as top job-satisfaction factors
- Trust in executives appears to have greater influence on engagement than trust in immediate managers
To help ensure your employees are engaged, executives have to demonstrate consistency in words and action, communicate often, and align business practices and behaviors throughout the organization.
Enhancing Employee Engagement
- Support Teleworkers and Branch Offices
Make it easier for employees to work away from the main office, with highly secure access to the resources that match what’s available in corporate offices.
- Deliver Online Events and Training
Host and record online employee events, meetings, and training with optimized video, audio, and participation options.
- Incorporate Video into Meetings
Improve communications, relationships, and productivity by helping people meet face-to-face over distance.
- Enable Mobile Workers and BYOD
Create more flexibility by giving employees the ability to use mobile devices as a highly secure extension of your enterprise network.
- Create Flexible Work Areas and Office Space
Use office space more effectively and create work areas that foster employee inclusiveness, ]collaboration, and innovation.
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