Employee Engagement at Work

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Employee engagement is in terms of organizational commitment (a desire to stay with the organization in the future) and employees’ willingness to “go the extra miles,” which includes extra-role behavior and extra effort that promotes the effective functioning of the entire organization. Only 34% in USA and 13% worldwide, workers are engaged at work as per the Gallup data.


A few listed benefits of employee engagement:

  • 10% high customer ratings
  • 22% more profitability
  • 21% more productivity
  • 65% low turnover
  • 48% more employee safety
  • 28% confidence (shrinkage thefts)
  • 37% less absenteeism
  • 41% high in quality (defects)


Our team has expertise to evaluate based on psychological, emotional and behavioral dimensions as there are three types of engagements:

  1. Trait Engagement describes the inherent personality-based elements that make an individual predisposed to being engaged – a natural curiosity, a desire to be involved, an interest in problem solving.
  2. State Engagement is influenced by workplace conditions or practices (e.g., task variety, opportunities to participate in work decisions) that can be improved through organizational interventions directly under management’s control.
  3. Behavioral Engagement is evident in the effort employees put into their jobs, which leads to greater value, creating higher performance than from their less-engaged counterparts. It can occur when both trait and stage engagement are present.


Also, we provide you consultancy about employee well-being and engagement, engagement drivers, Top drivers of engagement, management competency and engagement, engagement practices, policies impact on engagement and challenges of engagement.