Thanks to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace Report, most executives are well aware of the concept of “engagement.” Employee engagement describes the amount of enthusiasm and dedication an employee feels toward his/her job. An engaged employee is in it for more than a paycheck.
How important are these happy staffers?
We all know people who go above and beyond on a regular basis at work. They’re the ones who get things done—and care that they are done right. These are “engaged employees” and they’re the backbone of most companies.
They are not only more likely to be high performers, they drive bottom-line results. Smart leaders recognize the direct link between engagement, performance, and increased revenue.
The next time someone tries to pooh-pooh the idea of the importance of being happy at work, trot out one of these statistics.
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