There are varying uses of the word “engagement” in the English language. It can mean a betrothal between two people; an arrangement to do something at a particular time and place; or a conflict, or battle, between opposing forces.
Among these uses is one commonality: a two-way commitment. And when it comes to employee engagement, it’s no different.
Employee engagement today signifies the importance of employees’ commitment to their work and their employer’s values, but one thing is missing: How are companies ensuring employees are just as involved in their own engagement and able to give feedback on what’s working and what’s not?