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Driving employee engagement for a safer workplace

Only 3 in 5 industry employees are actively engaged

But why is this so important? Engaged employees are crucial to improved safety outcomes with a recent study outlining that organisations with high engagement scores have 70% fewer safety incidents.

Insync has analysed the feedback from 30,116 employees collected via 24 employee surveys specific to the transport and logistics industry in the Asia-Pacific region to understand this situation, extract employee engagement trends and discover what we can learn from the industry leaders.

Here’s what we found

Leading organisations excel in:

  1. Displaying care and commitment to their employees
  2. Connecting individual roles to the organisation’s future
  3. Consistently demonstrating their chosen values and behaviours

To increase employee engagement and improve safety outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate that you care for your employees
  2. Connect your company strategy to your people to create a more personal connection
  3. Pursue the ambition of being a values-based organisation

Download below the full study of employee engagement trends in the Asia Pacific transport and logistics industry.

Driving engagement in transport and logistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking for a more easily digestible and shareable summary? Download the infographic below.

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Need help engaging employees?

Insync is the leading Employee Engagement and Customer Experience agency in the Transport and Logistics Industry. Talk to a member of our team today about how we can transform your organisation to be truly employee-centric.

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