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Key to employee engagement

By Deb Hunter, advisor, FirstPerson |

Employee engagement is top-of-mind for many business executives. Studies are showing that organizations that invest in their people to create an engaging workplace outperform other organizations, leading to greater profitability.

What exactly does employee engagement mean?

We can define it by the behaviors of actively engaged employees. For example, an engaged employee works with passion and energy and typically feels connected to the outcome of their work. They try to solve problems and initiate improvements. They work with their head, their hands, and their hearts. Sounds like the type of people I want to work with.

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