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Create a culture employees want to engage with

Employee Engagement

O.C. Tanner understands that employee engagement is not about happy employees; it’s about business results. Employee engagement strategies measure the energy, effort, and passion employees bring to their work. And that’s important to bottom-line success.

Companies with employee engagement strategies outperform those without by 3 times.

According to Gallup, 70% of the U.S. workforce is actively unengaged.

Unengaged employees cost U.S. businesses 6 billion dollars each year.

Are your employees engaged?

Answer the following questions:

1. Are your people highly motivated to contribute to the success of your organization? 

2. Are your people consistently looking for more effective ways to get the job done? 

3. Do your people get a strong sense of personal accomplishment from their work? 

4. Do your people understand how they help your organization meet its goals? 

5. Do your people always have a positive attitude? 

6. Do your managers recognize employee contributions? 

If you answered yes to at least five of the six statements, your people are highly engaged. If not, there’s room for improvement.
Let us help.

90% of our clients' employees feel highly motivated to contribute to the success of their organizations—the very definition of engagement.

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What an engaged culture looks like.

Companies with strong recognition have higher employee engagement.

 To see the 9 performance outcomes of effective employee recognition, download “The ROI of Effective Recognition.”

O.C. Tanner makes recognition more effective.

Variety is the spice of life.

A post to the social recognition wall with points is a fun way to receive recognition. Unless that’s all you ever get. Learn why a variety of experiences make recognition significantly better.


Engagement is great. But it’s not the real destination.

Did you ever stop to think that employee engagement is really only a means to an end? Learn how you can use recognition to Fuel Great Work.

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