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Employee engagement needs your attention
Employee engagement had been on the rise over the past decade — but the pandemic stalled its steady increase. For the first time in a decade, the percentage of employees who say they’re engaged at work dropped, according to Gallup.
36% said they were engaged in 2020.
34% said the same in 2021.
Break through the noise
For leaders to beat the Great Resignation and "quiet quitting," they have to set priorities that both serve their business and inspire and engage their teams — then communicate them clearly, frequently, and transparently.
- Communication is the hardest part of that equation, and many leaders struggle to tap the right tools and collect the right insight to ease the way.
- And prioritizing it has never been more urgently important.
“Communication is at the core of keeping stakeholders aligned,” says Cydney Roach, Edelman’s Global Chair of Employee Experience. “Seventy-four percent of investors say your ability to attract and retain top talent and keep them engaged is more important than your ability to retain new customers.”
Engagement sparks productivity
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Leaders say the number one benefit they start to see when their organization’s essential communications are highly effective is being able to improve employe engagement. It requires time and intention to be effective, but when you ruthlessly prioritize what they need, and share it in a way that's approachable and digestible, everyone keeps moving in the same direction. Axios HQ helps you improve employee engagement.
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