Myths and Realities of Employee Engagement
There are a number of common misconceptions around employee engagement. Distinguishing between the myths and realities is an important step in creating an organization wide engagement strategy.
Some myths of engagement:
-Employee engagement takes too much time away from the real work
-Employee engagement consists of those games that are way too “touchy feely.”
-Employee engagement is for the younger generation only since they are the most likely to leave the organization for a new position.
– Employee engagement does not need the executives’ or managers’ participation.
-Employees are engaged because of their tenure with the organization.
Employees need to take complete ownership of their careers within their organization….
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