Over the past decade, organizations have believed that an engaged workforce leads to increased productivity and greater customer satisfaction, both of which boost the bottom line. Therefore, they have been striving to create environments that improve employee engagement. What does a culture of engagement look like? This report identifies key factors and best practices required to create and sustain a culture of engagement. It also profiles engagement programs at organizations that have been identified as having successful cultures of engagement.
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