Inclusion | How to make employee engagement more inclusive

How to make employee engagement more inclusive

For all HR practitioners, creating a safe, fun and comfortable working environment is a top priority. Not just for cultivating a happy, engaged and highly productive workforce but several studies have shown that there are huge business benefits too.

FastTrack360 research found that 71% of business executives cited employee engagement as critical to the organisation’s success, with additional research indicating that companies with high employee engagement scores are 22% more profitable. But with so much diversity in the UK, it is important for HR to consider the needs of individual employees when developing new employee engagement initiatives.

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