Employee engagement can no longer be an annual review and gift cards given out at a company party. Today’s workforce expects frequent, consistent feedback and open communication across the organization. Yet workforce shifts, such as five generations in the workforce, increased globalization and mobilization of employees and more competition for talent, make it difficult for companies to adapt and build a better employee engagement program.
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- Why the current approach to employee engagement is failing
- How real-time engagement propels business value
- Three vital pieces of successful engagement
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