Creating a Social Workplace

Only slightly over half of workers — 52% — report feeling valued on the job. #employeeengagement #employeedevelopment

Year to year, these employee dissatisfaction statistics seem to change little. Too often, employees feel like they’re completing tasks because they have to; they don’t see how their tasks factor into overall company goals.

Creating a more social workplace may be the solution. Opportunities for teamwork and collaboration can help employees stop seeing themselves as individual task-doers and start seeing themselves as valuable team members, leading to a boost in employee morale and, ultimately, motivation and productivity.

If you’ve got unengaged, stressed, sluggish or dissatisfied employees, it may be time to create a more social workplace.

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