by Henry Albrecht
Employee engagement is all the rage these days. It should be, considering that only 13% of employees feel engaged by the work they do and that low engagement leads to high turnover, which can cost companies up to 150% of an employee’s salary. But with so many factors involved in employee engagement – job satisfaction, stress, work/life balance, purpose, relationships, physical and emotional well-being – it can be tough to achieve. CEOs and HR leaders at leading organizations are learning a focus on employee well-being impacts most factors critical for employee engagement.
Don’t want to lose your best people? You can’t just preach on posters, you have to actually create a culture of well-being prominently throughout your HR and business strategies.