Employee engagement is the extent to which employees invest their creativity, innovation and effort in their daily work as engaged employees are more productive, content and more likely to be loyal to an organisation. With the rising challenges of low employee satisfaction and high attrition levels, the goal is to increase individual contribution and reduce attrition. This represents one of the biggest levers to business success.
Organisations are keen to maximize the contribution of each individual toward corporate imperatives and metrics. Individual employees, meanwhile, need to find purpose and satisfaction in their work.
Consequently, HR Anexi and BlessingWhite’s engagement model focuses on an individual’s contribution to the company’s success and personal satisfaction in the role.
This helps employees to:
Believe that their voices are heard and valued
Become evangelists of the organisation, its products and processes
Learn the factors that impact individual engagement and clarify their role as a manager in fostering high engagement
Identify actions for taking control of their engagement
Develop skills and confidence to establish individualized engagement partnerships with every person on their team
A comparative labour study between two plants of an electro equipment manufacturing company revealed key gaps in their employee utilization and engagement.VIEW CASE STUDY
A leading manufacturer of medical equipment was struggling with almost 35% attrition within its sales staff. An analysis of their compensation model revealed that it was not well benchmarked to market standards, or linked with their individual or collective performance.VIEW CASE STUDY