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hello every1, I hv jst started the internship training at an MNC. My boss wants me to get engaged in some of the initatives that they have talken for their employees to be engaged on. He wants me to find out how the employees can be engaged through work and the productivity can be increased through work only. Plz all u out there help what are the ways and ideas that can be generated for EE.

Aprt from that I need to do a research on following topics:

1. Leveraging social media for learning and development

2. HR as profit centre how?

3. Cost optimization through whole HR

4. HR as a strategic partner

I have a basic idea abt what this topics are but I would appreciate more experiences insights on it. I have to do research on this topics, not a comprehensive research but he said he wants results. so plz share your experience and thoughts abt it.

From India, Vadodara
The key to creating a fully engaged workforce is to meet the five basic needs every person has: to be heard, to be respected, and to have competence, autonomy, and purpose. These are easy to meet. Listen to employee complaints, suggestions, and questions giving them more than enough opportunity to voice them (this meets the need to be heard), and then respond to them in a timely fashion at least to the satisfaction of the employee (this meets the need to be respected). There is more to this, but to watch a short video go to <link updated to site home>
Best regards, Ben Simonton
Author "Leading People to be Highly Motivated"

From United States, Tampa
Thanx a lot it was quite help ful. If u can share ur views on the other topics as welll Thanx
From India, Vadodara
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