What are the best employee engagement practices? - CiteHR
Gladwin
Human Resources
DRag
Hr Manager Specialist
Gratifi
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As a matter of fact, most employees are looking out for more than just a 9-5 job. Apart from money being an important factor, employees are also looking for a comfort zone where they get the opportunity to be involved with their responsibility, get enthusiastic about the company and set an example to their fellow subordinates. Hence,what would you suggest the best employee engagement practices?
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One of the major innovations that HR can do for the organization is discovering the employees’ pulse and use the findings to effectively engage all employees within the organization. A simple Employee Engagement Survey tools ( https://www.synergita.com ) help HRs to measure employee engagement or satisfaction level. It is highly helpful in forecasting, analyzing or improving their employee engagement initiatives and change management.
The Best Practices of the most successful employee engagement initiatives include:
--> Building a culture of top-down engagement
--> Initiate tangible employee engagement activities
--> Managers become a role model in practicing cohesive employee engagement
--> Track the employee engagement process throughout the organization
--> Run employee engagement surveys periodically with a focus on continuous improvement
--> Equip managers with continuous feedback tools to enhance team engagement in their day-to-day interactions
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Hi Grafiti,
Please refer the below link it may be useful for you:
https://www.citehr.com/612685-please...ml#post2427605
1. Build trust, be human, and default to open.
2. Start at the top, with executives and management.
3. Articulate goals and responsibilities.
4. Offer help to those who aren't performing well.
5. Spot and encourage "power employees."
6. Create a forward-thinking work environment.
7. Be careful who you hire.
8. Be supportive of career planning and advancement.
9. Give people freedom to make their own choices.
10. Promote open and direct communication.
11. Don't confuse "engagement" with "happiness."
12. Keep things interesting, add some fun.
13. Encourage team-based working methods.
14. Make it a daily focus.
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