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Three Employee Engagement Strategies for Remote New Hires

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Remote work is here to stay, making effective remote employee engagement strategies non-negotiable for organizations. Experts predict that 40.7 million workers in the United States will be fully remote in the next five years. Businesses that want to competitively attract and retain top talent in this new environment have no choice but to focus on employee engagement.

The truth about employee engagement is that it’s the backbone of successful businesses. Effective employee engagement strategies can increase:

  • Business profitability
  • Individual productivity
  • Employee retention
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Sales
  • Corporate reputation

And employee engagement metrics show an engaged employee is 21% more profitable than a disengaged one! But creating engagement is easier said than done.

We explore these challenges and share best practices for engaging your remote employees in support of retention.

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Keith Hannon

Keith Hannon

Hollywood drop-out turned Cornell University fundraiser, now advancing schools/NPs/businesses via BrightCrowd. Politician, comedian, 3x dad.

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