Will Holland is a Principal Software Engineer at ThreeWill. Will has proven to be adept at understanding a client’s needs and matching them with the appropriate solution. Recently he’s developed a passion for working with .NET, MVC, and cloud-based solutions such as Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365.
The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the way we work and has brought employee engagement to the forefront. With many employees working remotely, it has become even more challenging to maintain a sense of connection and engagement among teams. However, it’s also an opportunity for organizations to re-evaluate their engagement strategies and find new ways to connect with and support employees.
Improving employee engagement is not only good for employees, but it also brings numerous benefits to an organization as a whole, creating a win-win situation for both employees and the company.
If you’re considering investing in improving your own organization’s employee engagement levels but aren’t quite sure how it will benefit you and your business, this blog offers three major benefits you could expect as a return on your investment.
Improving employee engagement leads to increased retention rates. Engaged workers are more likely to stick around for the long haul, which lowers the expenses of hiring and onboarding new personnel. Engaged workers are also more inclined to refer their firm to others, which can aid the company in luring top talent.
Engaged employees perform better and are more productive. They are more invested in their work, take ownership of their roles and responsibilities, and are more motivated to achieve their goals. This results in higher quality work, increased productivity and improved bottom-line results.
Increased customer satisfaction
Finally, engaged employees lead to enhanced customer satisfaction. Engaged employees are more invested in their work and more motivated to provide excellent customer service. Customers can sense when an employee is engaged and invested in their work, and they are more likely to have a positive experience and return to the business in the future.
Improving employee engagement can bring many benefits to an organization, including increased retention, improved performance, and enhanced customer satisfaction. By creating a culture that fosters engagement, companies can reap the rewards of a more motivated, productive, and satisfied workforce.
If you’re currently (or considering) leveraging the Microsoft 365 platform for your organization, you’re already on the right path by looking into the leading digital employee experience platform available. And if you’re looking for a partner to help you make sense of all that M365 has to offer and what makes sense for you, we’re here to help guide you along your journey.