Employee engagement is hard to define, yet is a key metric that powers organizational culture, keeps team members focused and dramatically improves retention.
If neglected, employee engagement can cost employers over $1M/year in lost profitability for every 50 employees.* Yesterday’s communications methods won’t move the needle on employee engagement. Two-thirds of employees want their employer to help provide clarity around benefits throughout the year, not just at open enrollment.*
Leaders can no longer afford to react to workforce needs haphazardly and must proactively keep employees informed and engaged year-round to help productivity levels rise, resulting in a positive impact on an organization's bottom line.
OneDigital's Member Engagement & Communications advisors design custom strategies to maximize engagement and develop greater loyalty within an organization. Watch this video to learn more.
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Don’t let your benefits communications and employee engagement strategies take a back seat.
As the employee experience continues to emerge as a significant factor in organizational success, leaders must rethink the experiences they create for employees inside the workplace and implement solutions to proactively address today’s challenges and tomorrow’s unknown. Connect with a team of advisors who are committed to maximizing every employee’s experience with custom strategies proven to engage workforces and drive organizational success.
*This number is calculated based on the size of an average company with 50 employees and the profit impact of lost productivity and turnover is over a million dollars a year. In a recent McKinsey report, it's estimated that the cost of disengaged employees is equal to 34% of their annual salary; the Department of Labor estimates it costs 30% of an employee’s salary to rehire a lost position.