[Digital Guide] The rules of employee engagement

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It’s no secret that there is a strong connection between the performance of an organisation and levels of engagement amongst the workforce.

Studies show that those organisations who have a highly engaged workforce benefit from higher productivity, revenues and profits. It shows on the bottom line in many ways. When people are engaged in their roles and the  organisation they work for, it means better morale, a positive company culture, less absence, more innovation and greater productivity. A disengaged workforce is a costly and frustrating problem for many organisations.

Is it time for a change in your organisation? The first step to making improvements is to measure engagement and give your organisation a workplace healthcheck. A common issue with traditional engagement surveys is that they don’t provide up-to-date, actionable solutions, and one of the biggest mistakes you can make is to do little or nothing with the results. Regarding your survey as a ‘tick in the box’ for tackling employee engagement can be more damaging than doing nothing at all.

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Reuben Conibear

Reuben Conibear

Reuben has worked in the Marketing team at Thomas for just over 3 and half years. As Marketing Executive, Reuben's core focus is to ensure a high quality experience for Thomas customers at all times. In his spare time, Reuben enjoys kayaking, bouldering and spending time with his friends and family.