Benefits Of Assessments
Employee engagement is a term that is used to describe an employee’s passion, excitement, and commitment to their work. In an organization, it is clear that not every employee has the same loyalty and energy surrounding their work. One employee may leave early when the boss is gone while others stay late and come in on the weekends to get ahead on their work. The difference between engaged and disengaged employees may seem to be a matter of style or personality, but they are based on decisions rooted in loyalty and commitment to one or more levels of the organization. Disengaged employees not only negatively impact the bottom line, but they also misrepresent an organization and its culture.
Engaged employees are excited and enthusiastic about their jobs, resist distractions, tend to forget about time, and routinely produce significantly more than the job requires. They enjoy searching for ways to improve circumstances and they volunteer for difficult assignments.
They also encourage others to reach higher levels of performance. Finally, they are proud to be involved with their organizations and are more likely than their unengaged peers to stay with the company.
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