At its core, every business is a collection of people — and empowering and inspiring its team is what allows companies in all industries to thrive. However, recent studies reveal that global employee engagement is trending downward, with only 21% of employees being actively engaged with their place of work.
This trend has major implications on the well-being of employees, companies, and the wider economic environment. To combat low employee engagement, there are steps that businesses can take to create healthier and more meaningful relationships between employees and their work. More than just a corporate commitment, these steps require a strategy that considers every stage of the employee lifecycle and how best to engage.
In this month’s trend report, we delve into the latest research to boost employee engagement and drive business success.
Read more in May’s edition of The Direct Hit.