The HR landscape is changing rapidly and now more than ever, organizations are recognizing the need to focus on dramatically improving employee engagement as they face an imminent crisis with retention. In fact, the 2015 report on Global Human Capital Trends (Bersin Deloitte) reveals that culture and engagement was rated the most important challenge, edging out leadership in the top position.
According to a study conducted by Dale Carnegie Training, 71 percent of employees are not fully engaged with their work. Once considered a secondary priority, has now taken center stage as HR managers look for new ways to lead, manage, develop and inspire people. Because, without a positive, meaningful environment, employees will disengage and look elsewhere for work.
Many leading experts in training voice that empowerment is a key driver of engagement. Workers want to feel they have all the tools they need to learn and grow, connect with colleagues and others throughout the company, make their own decisions, be leaders and contribute to the success of the business.
This idea sheet will provide a few important tips and tricks in SharePoint that you can use to your advantage in order to engage and empower your workforce.
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