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Employee Engagement


Employee engagement is a term that I am not really familiar with.  What does it really mean?  Doesn’t it just mean that an employee is satisfied in their job?


Forbes defines employee engagement as the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals.  Employee engagement goes well beyond job satisfaction and is a term used for those who are truly connected to an organization – its mission and its values.

Employees can be fully satisfied with their jobs but still not “engaged” – satisfied with status quo and just going through the motions.  To have a fully engaged employee is to have someone who will go above and beyond in most circumstances.  It is a relationship that is based on trust and communication that enhances the organizational and individual performance, resulting in success for both.  For a detailed guide to employee engagement, check out this article.

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