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.
Are you noticing that your employees just don’t seem as invested in their work as they used to be? Are they calling out sick more frequently, or just not putting in the effort they used to? Or maybe they just seem less engaged? If you’re seeing any of these warning signs, it might be time to focus on improving your organization’s employee engagement.
If you’ve noticed a decline in the quality or quantity of your employees’ work, it could be a sign that they’re feeling disengaged. When people are engaged in their work, they’re more likely to put in the extra effort and go the extra mile. But when they’re not invested in their jobs, it’s easy for them to become less motivated and less productive.
High Turnover Rate
If you’re seeing a lot of employees leaving your organization, it could be a sign that they’re not happy with their jobs. When people feel valued and fulfilled in their work, they’re more likely to stick around. If your employees are constantly leaving, it could be a sign that they’re not finding what they need in their current roles.
Are your employees complaining more often than they used to? Are they consistently negative about their work or their colleagues? Negative attitudes can be contagious, and if left unchecked, they can really bring down the morale of your team. If you’re noticing more negative attitudes than usual, it might be time to focus on improving employee engagement.
If you’re seeing any of these warning signs, it’s time to take action and start working on improving employee engagement in your organization. This can include encouraging open communication and feedback, offering opportunities for growth and development, recognizing and rewarding employees, fostering a sense of purpose in work, and promoting work-life balance. By implementing these strategies, you can create a more positive and productive work environment for your team, resulting in happier and more productive employees (who also happen to stick around).
At ThreeWill, it’s our mission to help you use your technology to help your employees thrive at work and we offer a range of Employee Experience service offerings to help you do just that.
If you are interested in improving your employee engagement, feel free to contact us. We will be happy to provide more information on how we can help you improve your employee engagement at your organization using Microsoft 365.