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HR employee engagement platforms boost workplace productivity
This article is part of the Business Information issue of December 2018, Vol. 6, No. 6
As the workforce becomes ever more mobile, the expense of acquiring and retaining skilled professional employees continues to increase at an alarming rate. Consequently, HR employee engagement -- corporate efforts to secure the commitment of workers to the enterprise and its goals -- is a growing priority and, at the same time, can be problematic. Given the frenetic pace of business in the age of the internet, the problem is compounded when good people leave a company and precious time on critical projects, operations and growth initiatives is lost. As a result, effective business decision-making is that much tougher at all levels of management. That's where HR employee engagement strategies came in and captured the C-suite's attention. I believe that a twofer is possible: Fixes to the HR employee engagement problem can lead not only to improved employee retention, but also to stronger decision support enterprise-wide. Why they leave and why they stay There are a number of reasons good workers move on; one of the biggest is due ...
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