INTRODUCTION

Employee engagement evolves as your employees mature and change. In addition to dealing with the effects of external forces such as a global pandemic and an economic downturn. Everyone has a lot on their plates, and as an employer, you’ll be on the lookout for new ways to adapt to these changes.

It’s easy to see how employee engagement can dwindle when life stressors are present. However, even in these difficult times, there are things you can do to increase employee engagement. The key is to determine what best meets your employee’s unique needs

6 ways to boost employee engagement

These tips and tricks are a good starting point to get the most out of each employee and improve employee engagement.

1. Providing the right tools

One of the most important drivers of employee engagement is giving them access to the right tools they need to adapt quickly in a fast-paced world of deskless workers. As an example, Providing them with the appropriate technology tool will enable your employees to become more productive at work while also making them feel valued. Discover Why better tech tools are vital for deskless workers

2. Use surveys and quizzes to engage your employees.

Gather and provide feedback to your team. By incorporating interactive elements such as quizzes or surveys with pointed questions, multiple choice answers, and open-field options, your employees will feel valued and that their feedback and opinions are important to the company’s growth. You could indeed use these to boost employee morale and engagement within the organization.

3. Communicate where employees already are: their phones

Internal communication must be engaging and enjoyable. Using their personal phones to communicate with you gives the impression that you are more open to ideas, conversations, concerns, questions, and willing to accommodate your employees. You can also use these to disseminate information in areas where employees are most at ease.

4. Add gamification elements to your internal communications

Gamification has a significant impact on employee engagement and interaction; it is not a new concept, but with a point system, it encourages your employees to participate, such as watching a video and answering a surprise question at the end; if they get it right, they will receive some vouchers. At the same time, They’re learning and having fun. As a result, your employees will feel more socially connected.

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5. Make easy to digest content to help deskless workers consume information

Building an engaged team takes time. However, once you start working to make your company a better place to work, you will be rewarded with employees who stay longer and give more while they are there. Microlearning is one technique for assisting deskless workers in digesting information in bite-sized chunks. Giving them new ways to learn about their task will help them develop a broader set of skills. This increases opportunities for advancement in one’s career.

Learn more about Microlearning: How to boost any team performance in 10 minutes per day

6. Bring your employee voices into your communications

Communication for deskless employees is a necessity. Providing a communication tool can make it easier to stay in touch with your employees. Allowing them to share, voice out, and collaborate on common interests, or scheduling regular video meetings between team members so that everyone is on the same page with the tasks at hand. Employees feel valued and heard in this manner, and a sense of camaraderie is important for employee engagement.

Conclusion

Finally, be deliberate in your approach to increasing employee engagement, and you’ll reap the benefits of an engaged workforce as well as long-term benefits such as employee retention, increased employee satisfaction, and better customer service for years to come. Your genuine concern for your employee will be recognized. Keep in mind that employee engagement is not a one-time project. Engaging and retaining employees is a serious endeavor that requires your constant attention.

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