As part of our guest speaker training sessions, we hosted Ann Rhoades last week. Ann is the PRES (Person Responsible for Extraordinary Service) and founder of Peopleink, and dedicated to helping leaders build people-centric cultures based on core values.
We recently posed the question of who’s responsible for engagement among employees and managers alike. While there is no definitive answer, it’s clear that employee engagement is an ongoing issue for many companies.
Only 32% of U.S. workers were engaged in their jobs in 2015.1 This may come as a shock, or ring very true, depending on where you work. Employee engagement isn’t just a hot topic, it has become a necessity for employee retention.