Today’s employees want more from work than punch cards and paychecks. They’re looking for careers that offer pathways to purpose and meaningful connections that lead to long-term loyalty.
The potential for businesses to benefit is massive.
Research has shown that employee engagement investments can open the floodgates to productivity, profits, and personal fulfillment. For example:
- Willis Towers Watson reports that companies with high and sustainable levels of engagement have operating margins up to three times higher than companies with low or unsustainable levels of engagement.
- In a Gallup study of nearly 200 organizations, companies with the highest levels of employee engagement were 22% more profitable and 21% more productive than those with low levels of engagement.
And that’s just the beginning.
Researchers are finding that today’s most competitive companies are the ones that invest in employee engagement. But what does this look like in practice?
We answer this question in detail in Emplify’s latest resource, the Employee Engagement Executive Value Guide. Download now to learn:
- How employee engagement leads to profit
- What low employee engagement costs companies
- Key behaviors of an engaged workforce
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