Financial gurus Suze Orman and Jim Cramer would agree that there’s something terribly wrong with the math when it comes to the business case for employee engagement.

Spending on employee engagement solutions has soared while the numbers of organizations seeing improvements in employee engagement scores have not. The statistics on employee engagement are dismal and, according to Gallup, disengaged employees cost the U.S. between $450 billion to $550 billion a year. Three things drive these costs: turnover, poor productivity, and below average work.

Our efforts to improve the employee experience are falling short. Way short!

Let’s face it. It’s starting to look like there’s no valid business case for employee engagement. From perks to wellbeing to feedback to learning—you name it; there’s no shortage of initiatives to improve the employee experience. Yet, our efforts are falling short. Way short!

So, why don’t we see dramatic boosts in job satisfaction, retention and performance? What should we do differently?

Our upcoming webinar will answer those questions.

Register here!

On March 9th at 12 pm CST, YouEarnedIt CEO Autumn Manning and HR leader Kim Dawson will cover:

  • Why there is a business case for employee engagement
  • A philosophical approach to employee engagement that works
  • A simple employee engagement strategy template
  • How HR leaders become the hero with some quick wins
  • Spots are limited, so be sure to register right away!

    See you then,

    -The YouEarnedIt Team

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