We see employee engagement as key to business performance - it's not a nice to have, it's a must have.
“Employers want engaged employees because, as well as being happier, healthier and more fulfilled, they deliver improved business performance. Research has repeatedly demonstrated a relationship between how people are managed, employee attitudes and business performance. There are nuances in the drivers and outcomes of employee engagement, but this basic link holds true across different sectors and job roles. Positive relationships are evidenced with profit, revenue growth, customer satisfaction, productivity, innovation, staff retention, efficiency and health and safety performance.“
The more engaged your people are, the more value they bring to the business. It’s not about motivation per se, or reward, recognition, communication or leadership. It’s about how these elements, working together, make your people 'FEEL’.
And that's where we come in.We'll find out how engaged your staff are and what you need to do to gain real traction and a return on engagement for the benefit of the business, your staff and customers. We'll work with you to create and measure a compelling engagement programme that changes how people feel for the better.
Employee engagement is good business and as such needs a good business plan behind it.Ask us about the DNA Way.
If you need help developing your employee engagement strategy and executing it with flair, then get in touch for an initial discussion. Call us on 0117 300 3000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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