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Employee Engagement in the
Work-Anywhere Era
Keeping Pace WithYour Mobile Millennial Workforce
Companies in the top quartile for employee engagement had:
22% higher profitability than the bottom quartile
10% higher cu...
If your workforce isn’t interested
or engaged in their work,your
business is likely to lose money.
Disengaged employees
co...
It’s a huge and
growing problem.
The average tenure of an employee
in the U.S. is now only 1.5 years
(Bureau of Labor Stat...
No wonder companies plan
to double investments on
engagement tools in 2015.
Companies will spend an additional
$1.5B on en...
Some companies are focusing on the
brick-and-mortar workplace, spending $billions
to create physical “engagement spaces.”
A few have gone to extremes
to bring employees together:
	Yahoo! ended its work-from-home policy
	Zappos makes employees e...
But the focus on
physical proximity is
missing the point...
For today’s
employees,
and especially
millennials,
the workplace
is no longer
a physical
location.
Work takes
place
anywhere
and
everywhere.
Companies
need to engage
employees on
their own terms,
and give them
the flexibility to
be as connected
and productive in
...
That means providing a digital workplace
that brings employees together,keeps
them engaged,informed and motivated –
and gi...
What makes a great
digital workplace?
In many ways,it has the best
qualities of the physical spaces
that it supplements or replaces.
It’s a place
people
enjoy and
like to
visit...
Where they gather,cross paths,
share and make discoveries...
Where they
have real
conversations—
and workflow
really flows...
Where
collaboration
takes place in the
open, so everyone
learns from each
other, stays on the
same page and
has a stake in...
And unlike physical spaces,
time and distance no longer matter.
Every device is a
doorway,and every
screen is a desk.
Everybody can work
how and where they
work best.
Ideas happen.
Innovations happen.
Engagement happens.
A great digital workspace
doesn’t just help colleagues
connect and communicate
with each other.
It also provides a
powerful new way
for companies to
communicate with
employees.
Corporate communications
and HR departments can reach
out to employees directly,
knowing their audience is
engaged and pay...
Instead of talking at workers,
leadership can talk with them,
building understanding and
getting buy-in on company
vision ...
Metrics can even
be used to show
who’s listening,
how they’re
responding
and how well
the message is
getting through.
Anewgenerationof
communicationandcollaboration
toolsismakingthis possible.
Visit http://jive.to/every-screen-is-a-desk
and...
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Employee engagement has a massive impact on company health and success. If your workforce isn’t interested or engaged in their work, your business is likely to lose money. This is a huge and growing problem.

A new generation of communication and collaboration tools is making it possible to increase employee engagement. Visit http://jive.to/1BOML4d and learn how to unlock your company’s full potential with a digital workspace.

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Employee Engagement in the Work-Anywhere Era

  1. 1. Employee Engagement in the Work-Anywhere Era Keeping Pace WithYour Mobile Millennial Workforce
  2. 2. Companies in the top quartile for employee engagement had: 22% higher profitability than the bottom quartile 10% higher customer ratings 28% less theft 48% fewer safety incidents Employee engagement has a massive impact on company health and success.
  3. 3. If your workforce isn’t interested or engaged in their work,your business is likely to lose money. Disengaged employees cost U.S.businesses $450to $550 billion last year. (Gallup: State of the American Workplace)
  4. 4. It’s a huge and growing problem. The average tenure of an employee in the U.S. is now only 1.5 years (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
  5. 5. No wonder companies plan to double investments on engagement tools in 2015. Companies will spend an additional $1.5B on engagement in 2015
  6. 6. Some companies are focusing on the brick-and-mortar workplace, spending $billions to create physical “engagement spaces.”
  7. 7. A few have gone to extremes to bring employees together: Yahoo! ended its work-from-home policy Zappos makes employees enter its headquarters through one door
  8. 8. But the focus on physical proximity is missing the point...
  9. 9. For today’s employees, and especially millennials, the workplace is no longer a physical location.
  10. 10. Work takes place anywhere and everywhere.
  11. 11. Companies need to engage employees on their own terms, and give them the flexibility to be as connected and productive in their work lives as they are in their personal lives.
  12. 12. That means providing a digital workplace that brings employees together,keeps them engaged,informed and motivated – and gives them a sense of shared purpose and ownership.
  13. 13. What makes a great digital workplace?
  14. 14. In many ways,it has the best qualities of the physical spaces that it supplements or replaces.
  15. 15. It’s a place people enjoy and like to visit...
  16. 16. Where they gather,cross paths, share and make discoveries...
  17. 17. Where they have real conversations— and workflow really flows...
  18. 18. Where collaboration takes place in the open, so everyone learns from each other, stays on the same page and has a stake in the outcome...
  19. 19. And unlike physical spaces, time and distance no longer matter. Every device is a doorway,and every screen is a desk.
  20. 20. Everybody can work how and where they work best. Ideas happen. Innovations happen. Engagement happens.
  21. 21. A great digital workspace doesn’t just help colleagues connect and communicate with each other.
  22. 22. It also provides a powerful new way for companies to communicate with employees.
  23. 23. Corporate communications and HR departments can reach out to employees directly, knowing their audience is engaged and paying attention.
  24. 24. Instead of talking at workers, leadership can talk with them, building understanding and getting buy-in on company vision and strategy.
  25. 25. Metrics can even be used to show who’s listening, how they’re responding and how well the message is getting through.
  26. 26. Anewgenerationof communicationandcollaboration toolsismakingthis possible. Visit http://jive.to/every-screen-is-a-desk and learn how to unlock your company’s full potential with a digital workplace.
  27. 27. 207787

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