Engaging Disengaged Employees

Disengagement can be costly. In US alone, the cost of disengagement is estimated to be close to $550 billion annually. While organizations spend a significant lot of their resources and money in increasing their profits, it is time for them to take a close look at their people and their engagement at workplace. The first step towards solving the disengagement problem is to understand and recognize it.

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Creating a Culture of Appreciation

According to Herzberg’s motivationhygiene theory, in the workplace, there are two sets of factors – one set (Motivation) causes job satisfaction and the other set (hygiene, if not present) causes dissatisfaction. The satisfaction and dissatisfaction are two independent phenomena and one doesn’t compensate for other.

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