It seems like every time the business media features a company with high level of employee engagement, it refers to the company’s methodology for dealing with its employees as being new and innovative. In reality, all companies with a high level of employee engagement do the same basic things: They hire qualified people who mesh tightly with the company’s culture, they pay them well, treat them well and then get out of their way and let them do their job. In return for this special treatment, employees keep their company ahead of the curve when it comes to innovation and they see to it that the company’s customers are never disappointed. This results in higher levels of repeat and referral business which translates into significant increases in market share. This is pretty simple stuff when you think about it; not rocket science.
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