The evidence is clear: Engaged employees perform better, experience less burnout, and stay in organizations longer. That makes communications an integral piece of how employers successfully attract and retain great people.
Being in tune with your team has never been more critical, with 65 percent of Americans reporting that they are looking for a new job, according to a survey from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
At Taft, we understand the importance of employees identifying with an organization’s clearly defined mission and seeing how their individual contributions impact that shared goal. When people believe their work matters — and their worth matters — they are more likely to feel connected to their work.
So, what is engagement? How do leaders show they care and form true connections? It’s a continuous process that identifies, validates, and creates meaningful experiences. And those experiences are the foundation for long-term commitment and growth.