Employee engagement does not mean employee happiness. Someone might be happy at work, but that doesn't necessarily mean they are working hard or productively on behalf of the organization. Employee engagement is defined as the the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals. At our program in May, Dixie Agostino will present on employee engagement and why it matters. She will discuss the cost of a less than engaged workforce, ideas to discover where your employees' current level of engagement is today and what to do about it once you know. This program will give HR professionals real facts to take to upper management and the fuel to set a strategic engagement plan in place.
At this program you will learn:
Definition and understanding of Employee Engagement and its impact on company
Techniques to measure your organizations current level of engagement
How to develop a plan to hit target engagement goals
The benefits of implementing a long range, strategic engagement maintenance plan
Dixie Agostino has spent almost a decade learning what makes people give their best at work. She is driven by the question "How can we make this better?" She started Switchgear Search & Recruiting in 2010, specializing in recruiting top technical talent for the energy, manufacturing and engineering industries. Through her experience with hundreds of companies in Oklahoma, she is an expert in company culture, talent acquisition and employee engagement. Her client list ranges from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups, but the common denominator these companies share is a passion to maximize their people.