Would you like less moaning at your workplace? Less absenteeism, less attrition? Do you have people who are spectators rather than players? Or people who are emotionally resigned but on full pay? These are likely to be your dis-engaged people. According to research by Gallup…
11% of people in the United Kingdom are engaged with their work. These people work with passion, they are motivated and drive your company forward.
68% of people are unengaged. Essentially, they are marking time, they put time but not energy into their jobs. You’ll hear them say things like “it’s a job, it pays the mortgage”.
21% of people are actively disengaged. Expect these people to be indifferent, uncollaborative and even disruptive of your business, with a lot of bitching, moaning and whining for good measure.
…no wonder the greatest source of inefficiency for many organisations lies in working relationships. Tolerating disengaged staff comes with a high financial, emotional and time cost. According to Engage for Success, having engaged staff has many rewards. Companies with the best engagement levels report:
- Attrition rates to be 40% lower than those reporting low engagement
- Productivity to be 18% higher
- Customer satisfaction to be 12% higher
- Profit to be twice that of organisations with low engagement and revenue growth 2.5 times higher
“Many organisations wait for a crisis before doing something”Three simple but critical questions to ask your staff today:
- Why are you choosing to stay working here? (flushes out needs being met)
- How can we do even more of what motivates you to stay? (flushes out ways needs could be met more fully)
- How can I help you do your job even better (flushes out unmet needs)
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