Guest Post by Julie Winkle Giulioni
Recently Forbes Magazine cited a study reporting that a majority of employees are dissatisfied and that “many feel stuck in their jobs, unable to consider a career move even if they’re unhappy.”
This is not good news if employers want an upbeat and engaged workforce. The article concluded with these suggestions: “offer more training and education. Also it pays to try to find a path up the ladder for current employees, and to help them know it’s available to them.”
Companies can and should offer targeted programs for employee growth, but the real power in employee engagement remains in the relationship between the employee and their boss.
The most effective and easiest way to help employees feel . . . → Read More: 3 Tips for Career Conversations That Energize and Engage Employees