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Employee's Engagement in work culture to enhance productivity

Employee's Engagement in work culture to enhance productivity

Do you know why employee engagement is important to achieve organizational goals?

Leadership and team-leading potential of employees are critical for the flexible and smooth working of the organization. Collaboration in teams is important for the drastic growth of the company. Highly engaged teams are robust that can face any challenges together and can deliver the high quantum of output in a short period. This is only possible if there is proper interaction and engagement among employees.

An organization can grow in real terms only if employees work together as an entity. An influential leader can motivate others to work in resonance to proceed on the right path to achieve futuristic goals. Bilateral engagement between leaders and their employees is critical for business success. According to the report based on leadership developments, experts Dr. Brad Shuck and Maryanne Honeycutt-Elliott, “Higher levels of engagement comes from employees who work for compassionate leaders- one who is authentic, present, has a sense of dignity, holds others accountable, lead with integrity and shows empathy.”

How many of us at the workplace actually have a deep sense of attachment at our current job?

Unfortunately, about one-third of the US employees are not associated with their work daily. If the employees are stressed out, not happy with the work culture that will impede productivity and efficiency. Employees believe that leaders should initiate most of the engagement initiatives.

According to the 2016 report, it has been observed that highly engaged teams are 21% more productive. Gallup poll report demonstrated that engaged employees deliver 27% more excelled performance.

The Engagement Institute — a collaboration of The Conference Board, Sirota-Mercer, Deloitte, ROI, The Culture Works, and Consulting LLP conducted a study on 1500 employees’ and found that employees who were not engaged cost companies $450 and $550 billion a year. It has been noticed 47% of UK businesses introduced training and development programs to retain employees.

Around 14% leave their current jobs as they consider themselves as not engaged in their job tasks.

In this article, we are going to highlight the factors that can lead to high employee engagement and can boost productivity.

1. Communication with co-workers and the management

Imagine you and your team members are sitting together and no one is talking with each other, won’t you feel uncomfortable to work alone? The first step to engagement is internal communication. Communicate with your employees to avoid misinterpretation and to perceive the work projects in a detailed way. Transparent communication between employees and employers can build mutual trust between them. When proper communication takes place between employees and management, the staff feels a sense of satisfaction towards the job. Hence, productivity is the direct outcome of engagement impacted by transparent communication.

2. Consider employees’ feedbacks and suggestions

If employees feel their voice is heard, they will work with high zeal. 26% of the employees stay at their jobs as they perceive recognition from their managers. On the other hand, 17% of employees don't like their managers as they never get recognized for their work. Team members’ suggestions are essential to accomplish the task. Hence, employers must consider their feedback seriously and should be taken into action to promote a healthy work culture and effective workforce.

3. Design an innovative work schedule

Management should focus on a creative and innovative work schedule, avoiding repetitive work tasks. There should be a new approach to doing the work and continuing work in different ways. Identical tasks must not be given to the same individual for a longer period. Hence, management should design an innovative work schedule to boost the engagement of the employees towards their work.

The outcome of Employees’ engagement at the Workplace

•  Promotes a healthy company culture where everyone can stay in harmony and happiness at the teamwork workplace.

•  Higher engagement leads to higher productivity and increased sales.

•  Highly engaged teams bring positive energy and boost company’s growth.

•  Cognizance to employees’ work makes them more empowered and deliver the best results .

•  Higher the association, more are the chances of success at the workplace, which leads to the rise of Return on Investment.

•  Managers should empathize with their employee’s problems to retain employees at a higher rate.

•  Maintaining work-life balance will be easier for the employees if they devote their time strategically.

•  Frequent team meetings and group outing boosts employees to elevate their skills.

•  Transparent and honest conversation will inculcate a sense of well being and comfortability.

•  Highly engaged teams lead to high confidence in their team members leading to higher output.

•  Encouraging employee to give 360-degree feedback.

•  Greater employee loyalty

The bilateral connection between management and employees is mandatory as mutual trust is important for all the major business decisions.


Employee’s commitment to an organization is important for higher productivity. Enhanced productivity metrics can be tracked through WorkTrak where tracking of work is done on a real-time basis to understand the employees’ engagement and efficiency rate.

Don’t you think employees’ engagement has to be tracked daily to rapidly grow your business?

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