Employee engagement is important.
The disengaged employee is more likely to leave, and each time that happens, according to HR Dive, it costs your organization an average of $15,000.
Gallup points out that 51% of U.S. employees are not engaged in their job.
While you can’t force employees to improve their attitudes and jump into a role with both feet, you can create a positive work environment that brings out the best effort from your team. One way to do this is to give back to employees by recognizing their importance by giving them opportunities to improve their skills.