Elements of Employee Engagement
The term employee engagement has been defined by various researchers. A commonly agreed upon definition would be physical, psychological or emotional involvement of the employee while at work.
Four things are important when we talk about employee engagement; commitment, motivation, loyalty and trust. Their level determines the quality of engagement of an employee. Each one is briefly discussed in the coming paragraphs.
All these elements play a vital role in determining the fate of an organisation. Besides this, two-way communication to discuss challenges, potential consequences, vision and values and organisations future should be established. In fact, communication is the backbone of any organisation without which it cant survive for long. Having an open conversation with employees can solve the problems that they are facing in executing their job.
Apart from this, organisational culture, a well established and duly followed reward system including compensation, benefits, stock exchange options and recognition and personal growth and satisfaction of employees are also important factors in improving the levels of employee engagement.
- Employee Engagement - Introduction
- Process of Employee Engagement
- Benefits of Employee Engagement
- Dimensions of Employee Engagement
- Phases of Employee Engagement
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