Your Guide to Increasing Employee Engagement among Distributed Team Members

Your Guide to Increasing Employee Engagement among Distributed Team Members

Employee engagement is a measure of employees’ commitment to helping their organization achieve its goals. It’s demonstrated by how employees think, feel, and act, as well as the emotional connection employees feel towards their organization, their work, and their teams. 

Before the pandemic, engagement and well-being were rising globally for nearly a decade — but now, they’re stagnant, and most believe it’s because they don’t find their work meaningful. Now is no time to take our eyes off the road when it comes to employees’ personal and professional well-being. Addressing the structural and cultural issues that create disengagement in your organization is the first step to laying the foundation for a new and better employee experience.

Download our employee engagement guide here to see how to focus your efforts on these five high-impact areas.

At the end of the day, employee engagement involves a person’s perception, feelings, and beliefs about the business, the people they work with, leadership, and the work itself. The drivers of employee engagement are highly personal, dependent on the company culture, and while they vary for each individual, these employee engagement ideas have proven to boost retention and coax the disengaged back into the game.

Ensuring a positive and empowering working environment where all employees feel valued and connected doesn’t just help your company; it helps your people. An employee who feels connection to others is an employee who is more likely to find their work meaningful. An employee who finds their work meaningful is an employee likely to be engaged – demonstrating through their work a commitment to the overall success of the business.

Inspire deeper connection among colleagues. Create more collaborative relationships. See engagement soar.