Increasing employee level of engagement can reduce turnover by 87 percent!
The industrial revolution brought with it the concept of "unit of capacity". This concept was soon applied to human capital as well. Then we have spent decades - and a fortune - understanding that the key difference between humans and machines is in the way they want to be treated.
The last century was about understanding the need to deal with humans differently. This century is about finally applying that learning. So, the concept of "unit of investment" needs to take hold but with an important caveat - this investment produces results when the unit is treated with care!
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| "The more difficult challenge for companies is capturing the hearts and minds of good, reliable employees who are not stars but who are significantly more productive when engaged."
| This whitepaper argues that unmotivated employees create problems but motivated employees unable to turn their enthusiasm into action can be even worse! The solution? Connect employee surveys with business strategy; measure employee engagement but do...
Posted on 06/02/2009 by