HR Magazine (02/11) Karsan, Rudy


Work and personal lives cannot be fully separated for most people, and a person who is fully engaged in an enriching job often has stronger relationships in marriage, friendships, and the community. Employees who are engaged in an organization are more committed and contribute to increased productivity and profits. Research already has established the benefits of full engagement in an organization, but many people think that companies alone are responsible for engagement. Instead, it lies with both the employer and employee. Employees should engage in a mutual give-and-take relationship with their employers to develop a sense of ownership about their organizations. Individuals should find where passion, purpose, and pay intersect. Employers should command employee trust, show a willingness to invest in employee growth, and recognize their efforts and contributions.

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EDSI Commentary


An employee development program that focuses on employee engagement training and immediate skill usage development are better for career development and the organization.