Employee engagement from before the word go
Many companies fail at employee engagement even before new recruits have joined their payroll. Like any part of corporate culture, the way you behave shows the truth of your company as much as the things that you say, and this extends to the recruitment process.
An engaged workforce is vital to a productive workforce. Engaged employees are more productive in themselves, and become engaged leaders, who in turn engage and inspire those around them. But if you haven’t recruited the sort of people who will be engaged by your business, or haven’t engaged them from the very start, then you create harder work trying to fix that.
So how can you ensure engagement from the start?
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