If you’re wondering how to motivate employees, employee engagement is a crucial place to start.
Engaged employees are 87% less likely to leave their jobs. And according to a study conducted by Dale Carnegie, companies lose $11 billion annually due to employee turnover.
However, it’s not just the losses that are notable — it’s the gains as well. The same study found that companies with engaged employees outperform companies without engaged employees by up to 202%.
So, what makes for an engaged work culture? This infographic from TheSquareFoot explores how to engage and motivate employees. From social relationships between coworkers to work flexibility and employee perks, learn the benefits of company culture — and what will really make your employees tick.
Work Culture and Motivating Employees
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