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5 Best Practices for Engaging Employees at Work

Out of sight, out of mind? That’s likely how many remote workers feel these days. In fact, before the Covid-19 crisis, an alarming 84% of employees said they weren’t fully engaged at work, according to ADP Research. The economic consequences of such poor engagement levels meant approximately $7 trillion in lost productivity globally, Gallup reported. 

What, then, did the mass exodus from office buildings and workspaces do to employee engagement levels? It likely made them plummet even further. 

But in the wake of the move to a remote work environment, many organizations have been forced to revamp how they approach any number of activities: from holding meetings to processing transactions to sharing and protecting information. 

If that sounds familiar, why not also use this time to build a dynamic employee engagement program? Here we present five best practices to get you there!