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Learn How to Build an Employee Engagement Plan

by Srikanth Acharya

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Learn How to Build an Employee Engagement Plan

by Srikanth Acharya

Overview

Employee engagement programs form the basis for maintaining a strong bond with the employees. Businesses and employees are interdependent and need to work in synchronization to promote growth for both parties. Companies have become conscious and consider investing in employee engagement plans.

Several factors need consideration while devising an effective employee engagement plan and these are listed as follows.

  1. Define your objectives

Your company objectives are fundamental and need to be clearly defined. What is the reason for the creation of the company, the primary goal apart from ROI, should be communicated effectively to have a successful employee engagement plan. Only when the goals are specific and defined, employees can feel connected to them and work towards the achievement of the same.

Recommended read to know about the key factors to consider for employee engagement program: https://www.offineeds.com/employee-engagement-factors/

  1. Provide a great onboarding experience

Onboarding is the process that follows after recruitment is complete. This should be a hassle-free process to help the employee settle down quickly in his job. Including welcome kits for new recruits as part of the onboarding process is a good thought. This will help to create a good impression in the minds of the employees.

A great onboarding experience comes when you assign a mentor and provide proper directions to the new member of the team soon after his recruitment.

  1. Offer learning opportunities

Everyone wants to advance in their careers and learning becomes an imperative part of this process. One of the main factors to consider while devising an employee engagement plan is to incorporate training opportunities for employees.

Short-term courses, job-related training, or allowing a sabbatical for pursuing higher studies can motivate the employees to contribute more to the organization. They understand that the company works not only for its growth but also assists in the growth of the employees.

  1. Fix accountability

Defining responsibilities and fixing accountability are of prime importance in any organization. This helps to give proper direction to the employees. They should be assigned specific, measurable, relevant, and achievable tasks by fixing an appropriate time frame.

This helps in analyzing their performance and keeping track of what went wrong. While working in a team, it is crucial to know each other’s roles. When each one is aware of what they are responsible for, working becomes easier and smoother.

  1. Evaluate periodically

After you have an employee engagement plan in action, you must evaluate it periodically. Measure the effectiveness of the program with the outcomes it generates. The engagement program needs monitoring and revision based on its effectiveness.

Wrapping up

Employees need to stay happy in the best interest of the organization. Issues if any, should have a proper structure to be identified and rectified as soon as they crop up. This helps to maintain harmony in the organization. Communication and feedback are vital to the growth of a business. Address queries to make people understand that they matter.

About Srikanth Acharya

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Srikanth Acharya is an Entrepreneur with 10+ years of experience.

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