Link Employee Engagement with Business Outcomes

 

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Engaged employees are associated with a range of positive business outcomes, as demonstrated in APQC’s Collaborative Benchmarking study Rewarding, Engaging, and Retaining Key Talent. The best-practice organizations featured in this study—3M, Infosys, and Schlumberger—are able to correlate positive levels of employee engagement with lower turnover and absenteeism, higher productivity, and increased innovation. In doing so, these organizations build the business case for their leaders and employees to continue to support engagement objectives.

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