10 Tips to Get More Engaged Employees

Only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged.

This infographic by Fuzebox goes some way to help bring that engagement rate up.


  • More than half of workers attend one to three meetings per week.
  • In meetings, 49% of workers do other work.
  • Video conferencing can help improve productivity.

Ten tips to get more engaged employees:

  1. Set clear goals and expectations. Employees need to know what is expected of them to be successful. Make sure your goals are clear, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound.
  2. Provide regular feedback. Feedback is essential for employee engagement. Let your employees know how they are doing, both good and bad. This will help them stay motivated and on track.
  3. Give employees a voice. Employees want to feel like they are heard and that their opinions matter. Create opportunities for them to provide feedback and suggestions.
  4. Celebrate successes. When employees achieve their goals, be sure to celebrate their success. This will show them that their hard work is appreciated.
  5. Offer opportunities for growth and development. Employees want to feel like they are growing and developing in their careers. Offer them opportunities to learn new skills and take on new challenges.
  6. Create a positive work environment. A positive work environment is essential for employee engagement. Ensure your workplace is where employees feel comfortable, respected, and valued.
  7. Empower employees. Employees want to feel like they have control over their work. Give them the freedom to make decisions and take ownership of their projects.
  8. Provide the resources employees need. Employees need the resources they need to be successful. Ensure they have access to the tools, technology, and training needed to do their jobs.
  9. Be fair and consistent. Employees want to be treated fairly and consistently. Make sure your policies and procedures are fair and that they are applied always to everyone.
  10. Listen to employees. One of the most important things you can do to engage your employees is to listen to them. Ask for their feedback and suggestions, and take their concerns seriously.

Following these tips can help you create a more engaged workforce, leading to increased productivity, innovation, and customer satisfaction.

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