The verdict is in: An overwhelming 85% of business leaders rate employee engagement as their top priority. The ability to create an engaging workplace has become one of the greatest competitive differentiators in business.
Extensive research tells us that engaged employees treat customers better, are more productive, come to work when scheduled and want to stay with your organization. In a healthcare environment in which high performers can pretty much work wherever they want, it behooves senior care leaders to frame engagement as a core business strategy. The bottom line? Employee engagement will dramatically impact financial performance!
But engagement doesn’t just happen. To foster an engaging workplace, providers must create an environment in which employees are energized about their role and feel their talents are being utilized, recognized and valued.