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10 Simple Ways to Engage Your Employees [Infographic]

By James Ball | Jun 27, 2016 | Staff Retention

three smiling fingers that are very happy to be friendsThere’s a lot more to ’employee engagement’ than just occasionally hosting an office party or company retreat (although that can be so fun)!

It’s all about the day-to-day nurturing of your staff and all of those smaller gestures which lead to a (noticeable) increase in loyalty, productivity and output.

It’s also about building a team who genuinely care about your business.

So this week I’ve created this infographic with 10 of the simplest but most effective ways you could be engaging your employees – right now.

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Recruiter Pro Tip

If there’s just one thing you take away from this blog – let it be the utter importance of getting to know your employees.

Some (bad) bosses feel that it’s unnecessary or even inappropriate to chat with staff unless it’s related to work, but you’d be surprised how much a simple conversation can boost an employee’s morale, making them feel valued and loved.

For some more tips on how to be a great manager, click here.

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Good luck engaging your employees!

- James Ball

James Ball

James is the founder and owner of Coburg Banks and a recruitment expert from Sutton Coldfield in the UK.  He regularly advises companies on how to improve and get the maximum ROI from their recruitment processes.

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