Training Strategy For Employee Engagement
With virtual networking and communications taking over the world, business functions have become more flexible, leveraging the available resources for business functions to maximize capacity. Most people find it more convenient to work from home; they are more productive, multitask easier, and eliminate commuting. However, one fact that is less known in this new environment is that employee engagement is suffering; people are burned out with maintaining a satisfactory work-life balance.
Employees are the pillars of the organization—the most important asset and the largest investment. Every employee of every team of every department or line of business has a designated role to play, and the less-than-average performance of even one employee can take a toll on the way business operates.