Improving Employee Engagement in your Workplace

Ken sevick

How is employee engagement in your workplace? 

It’s a well-known fact that employees who feel connected to their organization work harder, stay employed there longer, and motivate other coworkers and colleagues to do the same. Employee engagement can impact many different aspects of a business, including, but not limited to employee turnover, profitability, and customer satisfaction. 

Ultimately, without employee engagement, your business can take a big hit in any or all of the above aspects. Here are some tips for improving employee engagement before it negatively impacts your business. 

Identify key engagement factors

A great way to improve employee engagement is to find what motivates your employees and drives their engagement. Many employers will often have their employees take surveys or polls to find out what they believe the strengths and weaknesses are of the organization and what aspects can be improved upon.

In doing so, you can not only get a better understanding of what your employees need to feel connected to their work, but also what parts of your organization to spend more time working on – or even less time working on!

Commit to making impactful changes

It’s one thing to gather data from your employees, but the important part is committing to making the overall work environment one where they feel their work matters and their opinions are important. If a good majority of your employees feel that a weekly staff meeting will help them stay on task better and collaborate more openly with others, you should do your best to ensure that this suggestion is implemented into the work week.

Simple changes like this can drastically improve the engagement your employees have with their work, and even promote them to work together on tasks and build a strong team culture. 


The best thing you can do to ensure your organization is on the same page is to communicate. Having check-ins with your team opens the floor for feedback and can give good insight to what’s working well and what isn’t.

Additionally, some employees may not speak up without an invitation to do so. By starting the conversation to improve the work environment and engagement, you’re opening the floor to new ideas and suggestions.

Revisit these factors on occasion

We’re all human. This means our needs change from time to time. Be sure to have monthly or quarterly check-ins with employees to revisit surveys, results, and action steps to ensure their needs are being met and they’re feeling engaged with their work.

Sometimes, we need to see our decisions pan out before we can decide if they were the right choice or not. This means trusting the process and not giving up if things don’t improve immediately! 

At the end of the day, your employee engagement impacts revenue, employee turnover, and customer satisfaction. Be sure to invest in your employees so they can put their best foot forward each and every day.

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