Six Stats that Illuminate How You Can Keep Employees Engaged

Updated: Jan 29

Employees want ...

... to connect with their manager.

80 percent of employees dissatisfied with their direct manager are disengaged.

... leadership they believe in.

70 percent of employees who lack confidence in the abilities of senior leadership

are not fully engaged.

... an employer who gives to the world.

54 percent of employees who are proud of their company's contributions to society are engaged.

... a warm welcome as a new hire.

69 percent of employees who attend a well-structured onboarding program are more likely to remain at a company.

... an organization that invests in their preferred communications channels.

87 percent of Millennials say they would choose to work for a video-enabled organization over a company that has not invested in video.

... the chance to shine by using their strengths.

Employees who use their strengths every day are six times more likely to be engaged at work, 8 percent more productive, 15 percent less likely to quit their jobs and three times more likely to report having an excellent quality of life.

Sources: Cisco, Dale Carnegie, Gallup, SHRM