How employee engagement is changing in 2023
Recognise the work of your employees
Create clear communication channels
Give your employees the chance to share their feedback
Promote Employee wellbeing
As an employer, you have a responsibility to promote wellness in the workplace. Covering both mental and physical health. In 2023 Employee well-being is central to establishing effective engagement in your organisation. In a post-pandemic world over 60% of the global workforce is reporting at least one mental health challenge. The demand is there for organisations to set up their employee well-being initiatives
Consider taking action to provide mental health training sessions and implementing team-building activities to help your teams connect. Offering flexible working hours is another way to give your team enough time to disconnect from work and have a good work-life balance.
Implement a creative onboarding experience
Upgrade your technology.
your team has to use is a simple and effective investment. This will limit inefficient work practices which play a big role in improving your employee’s day-to-day challenges. By upgrading, you are also empowering your team with innovative tools and technology. This can drive positive employee engagement by helping them to achieve more effective workflows.
Studies indicate that profitability by 21%. By creating a work environment that fosters engagement, organisations can improve their employees' satisfaction, and performance, and ultimately drive their own success. This is why in 2023 engagement should be a priority in order to propel your business to the next level.