With the economy digging itself out of a recession, employees are finding themselves with more career options and opportunities available. And, for many reasons, they are no longer willing to stay at an organization that doesn’t meet their personal and professional needs.
Creating a culture that prospective employees will find appealing is crucial to managing the talent of enterprise and mid-market organizations. In providing an atmosphere that fosters career development, ingrains a sense of purpose, and recognizes the accomplished of its staff, larger and mid-size organizations are able to gain a competitive advantage in the job market.
Employee engagement and talent management identifies that the right people are in the right job and that they that their contributions directly impact the organization as a whole. While it proves more difficult to address the individual needs of employees in a larger company due to the mere number of employees to engage, large organizations that invest in employee engagement and ultimately their people prove to be more productive, profitable, and are able to retain top talent.
Take, for example, the following stats which come directly from Gallup's 2017 State of the American Workplace report. When compared to companies with low levels of engagement, those companies with high levels of engagement experience:
If you're looking to create the best workforce possible, while becoming more productive and profitable along the way, we hope that you consider C.A. Short Company for all your employee recognition and engagement needs.