Are your employees engaged or disengaged?

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Are your employees engaged or disengaged?

How well do you know your people? Employees are at work, but are they really engaged in their jobs? There are two types of workers, engaged and disengaged. Job satisfaction is hard to measure because it is based on feelings, beliefs or knowledge. Generally, when people are satisfied, they feel fulfilled and happy. 

When employees are disengaged, they perform at the bare minimum that is necessary in order to maintain their position within the company. They are not always fully aware that they are just “going through the motions” to accomplish their assigned tasks. Performing at the bare minimum that is necessary in order to maintain their position within the company. There is a disconnect and more likely to create a higher turnover in the company.

When employees are engaged, they are more productive, have higher levels of loyalty, help their employers become successful and more profitable. They are involved and committed to their jobs. An engaged employee is less likely to leave their current position. This saves their company money because there is no need to spend money to hire and train new personnel.

An average adult spends most of their life at work, because of this, they want that portion of their life to be somewhat satisfying and pleasant. Barracuda Consulting will match the right person for the right position. We watch, manage and implement solutions for any business. Remember, an employee’s job performance and job satisfaction are almost synonymous.