Ethics and Employee Engagement – Ethics Resource Centre and Hay Group – July 2010

Posted on September 10, 2010. Filed under: Workforce | Tags: |

Ethics and Employee Engagement – Ethics Resource Centre and Hay Group – July 2010

“The recent recession was a jarring reminder that efficiency and effectiveness are essential to the survival of any organization and that employee engagement—the commitment employees feel toward their employing organization—is a critical part of the equation. Engaged employees recommend their company to friends and family, take pride in working there, and intend to stay with the company. They are also willing to go the extra mile for their organization, making it possible for the company to do more with less. And because they can be counted on to make independent decisions and take action in ways that are consistent with the company’s culture, objectives, and values, they require less supervision and direction and adapt easily to changing roles and responsibilities.”

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