Employee Engagement

  • Austin Baker Employee Engagement Wednesday, February 11, 2015

    According to the corporate Leadership Board 2004 Employee Engagement survey-“Employee Engagement is the extent to which employees commit to something or someone in the organisation and how hard they work and how hard they stay as a result of the commitment.” This study further explains that the two types of commitment involved in this process –Rational commitment and emotional commitment (which have four focal points namely day-to-day work, team work, direct manager and organisation) will lead to either performance or attrition.

    In this world where there is always a War for Talent, Attrition is a growing concern for many organisations. According to a Hay Group study, one in four employees in the organised sector in India set to switch jobs. This makes us a country with the highest attrition rate globally. Many companies have geared up to retain and expand the talent pool of their organisation with tools which range…

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