You Can Handle Disengaged Employees
Does it seem as though some of your employees have simply checked out? For whatever reason (and there are many), disengaged employees have not bought into the company direction, fight the desired workplace culture, lack motivation, appear frustrated or, worse, bad-talk the team or company.
Studies show that as many as two-thirds of America’s workforce are at least barely or moderately disengaged. You can imagine the negative impact on the productivity. The good news is that there is a way to handle disengaged employees.
Steps Toward Engagement
Here is what you can do to improve engagement and, in so doing, your team’s productivity.
The Bottom Line
All too often, employee disengagement is traced back to a manager who is not proficient at performance feedback, making personal connections, providing meaningful development opportunities, sharing information, and setting clear goals and accountabilities for the team. If you want to retain your top talent, make sure that you find disengaged employees, prioritize who should be actively retained, identify the key reasons for their disengagement, and create a retention plan.
To learn more about how to increase employee engagement, download the Employee Engagement Mistakes: Are You Aimlessly Engaging Your Employees?
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