show up because they agreed
to a transaction. They do the work.
You provide compensation.
feel purpose. They want to
make a difference. The pay is
simply a useful benefit.
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It’s entirely possible for employees to be happy and satisfied yet
unproductive and willing to look for new opportunities. But engaged
employees are more than happy or satisfied. They are productive,
committed, and loyal.
A startling 23 percent of employees voluntarily leave their jobs due to
lack of development and training, according to the National Research
Business Institute. As the workforce skews younger in the next 20 years,
this trend will continue.
Here’s the good news: creating employee engagement isn’t as
difficult as you might think. This guide explores three ways
that investing in online learning can help you boost engagement,
cultivate positive relationships, and build productive teams.