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Employee survey research: Employee emotional engagement

May 2009

Engagement can be earned based on workforce demographics

In times of economic doom and gloom, employee engagement can drop off because employees lose confidence and become fearful about the organisation’s future. If there have been staff redundancies within an organisation or targets aren’t being met, there can be a downward spiral effect on employee productivity which can further eat into organisation performance. However, when employees are emotionally and psychologically engaged with an organisation, it will perform more effectively. This has a flow on effect as employees become even more engaged.

Find out how different groups of employees become emotionally engaged according to career stage, gender and tenure.

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