What is the key to highly engaged and high-performing employees? This question has become a staple in boardrooms around the world, and rightly so. Disengagement costs organizations between $450 and $550 billion annually.
In response, the employee engagement industry has grown into a $74 billion industry behemoth, with organizations looking for that silver bullet in everything from recognition programs, to week-long team-building retreats.
Where are organizations falling short?
What if one of the most critical drivers of engagement rests upon the most basic foundations: Employee well-being?