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Hi ppl,
I v taken up a project with a bank.I need to formulate certain low cost , high engagement strategies for arnd 5000 employees over there.Please let me know of certain low cost n feasible strategies practiced in your organisation to keep emplyees engaged in this recession.
Awaitin ur reply
5th August 2009 From India, Mumbai

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5th August 2009 From India, Mumbai

sir....u too can help out with sum low cost , high engagement stragies dat can b adopted in these turbulent times
6th August 2009 From India, Mumbai

An area that affects employee engagement is communications. If you company does not have any communication channel between management and staff, you can implement one. If you company already has communication in place, see how you can improve on it.
During recession, when staff are concern over both the company and their own future, regular, clear and consistent communications can help manage employee expectations and alleviate employee anxieties.
Since communication can be done using internal resource, it is also a low cost!
Autumn Jane
6th August 2009 From Singapore, Singapore

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6th August 2009 From India, Mumbai

Hi Buzz,
Review their job profiles and understand why their morale is low.
Your aim should be such to identify the factors that makes feel passionate about their job.
One can find out about the real reasons by conducting employee satisfaction survey which ought to be the first step before making strategies. As Autumn Jane rightly said communication is the best way to handle the employee’s issues.
Cheers,
Rajat
6th August 2009 From India, Pune

thnx a lot for ur suggestions guys........by dis weekend i need 2 submit my proposal 2 d bank regarding low cost , high enegement sstrategies dat can b adpoted by them for arnd 5000 employees n after dat.....m actualy supposed 2 wrk on d implementation.....keepin low cost factor in mind.......so plz tel me feasilbe solutions with aCTUAL IMPLEMENTATION.
7th August 2009 From India, Mumbai

Buzz-
Dont be shit scared. Befor you launch yourself in the zone of engagement startegies, you need to understand the field. If i were you, i would suggest the below:
1. Need of a ESAT / Engagement Survey for the current workforce and the market (specify the areas, you would stress on): This will help you in understanding the pulse of the employees as well as the market.
2. Based on the analysis of point 1, you can rack your brains in here for industry specific responses or you could interview some kewl guys from your industry who are deep in engagement.
What you are trying to do right now is going out in wild. Try to get feel of the terrain before you can make a difference.
If you still need to work something out without doing the above.... google it :)
Any which ways...if you can send me the report that would be great.
Regards
Trinity - Morpheus

7th August 2009 From United Kingdom, London

Hi,

Here are some inputs from my end...

Hope your Project has following Objectives:-

1) To engage employees in the organizational initiatives
2) To create a Hi impact in the minds of the people
3) To realize the importants given to the employees
4) To show the care on employees Health and Safety
5) To retain the Talents and make the organization more competitive

I would suggest the following Programs:-

a) Higher Education Stalls - make some arrangements with leading institutes and set up the class rooms in the office and let the institute(s) run the program in the said class room for the exclusive benefit of your employees. Definitely for the self-improvement employees would come forward and take part in the classes on their own cost. They need not run after office hours to somewhere for the classes, services are available at their doorstep, organization(s) will recognize on successful completion of the courses, periodical feedback can be obtained from the Faculties to measure the effectiveness and Institutes would definitely provide good curriculum for them with discounted price.

b) Communication Shop - since it is a Bank and majority of their employees need to be in touch with customers on a daily basis, it is very much impertaive for them to improve the communications. Set-up a similiar to Toastmasters club which will definitely shape the communications and leadership qualities of your people.

c) Work Life Balance - form a team of employees who can volunteer to organize for periodical Guest Lectures on Health, Safety, Higher Education, Family welfare, Investments etc. Hospitals - used to extend the support to Corporates to give Guest Lectures at free of cost on the topics like Stress Management, Eye Screening, Heart ailments, common ENT problems, Gynacological issues, Ortho problems etc. Safety - Officers from Fire / Police dept can share some tips.

d) Children of your employees can participate in the painting competitions and best paintings can be displayed in the front office of the Bank which will beautify the atmosphere and attract the customers. Respective Employee will definitely feel happy

e) Women's forum can be set up to work for their leadership development, how to face the issues at work place etc

f) Organize for an exclusive Book fair in the Bank's premises after office hours for the benefit of employees' family. Can negotiate with the vendors to donate some books out of their profit thru such fairs for Library of the bank.

g) Suggestion Box - to set up a team who would touch with all the employees to take the suggestions in person and work for betterment

Hope these points would be of use for your Project.

All the Best.
7th August 2009 From India, Madras

you probably need to look at doing a career pathing/ career tracks exercise for the employees. If it is sales driven organisation you may devise sales incentives or variable pay plans.. hope this helps... let me know if u need more insight..
7th August 2009 From China


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