HR Newsletter: Helping Employees Feel Heard

HR Newsletter: Helping Employees Feel Heard

Employees who feel disregarded by their organization are more likely to get frustrated, feel burnt out, and quit. Forbes listed being unheard by supervisors and feeling “overlooked or ignored” as two of the top ten reasons employees leave their jobs. This can devastate employee retention rates, increasing hiring costs and making it challenging for employers to keep talented workers. Conversely, a study by workforce management organization Ultimate Kronos Group (UKG) found that organizations are more likely to perform well financially when employees feel heard, engaged, and have a sense of belonging.

Click the following link to read the full HR Insights article: Helping Employees Feel Heard. This article outlines strategies employers can utilize to make workers feel seen and heard, ultimately boosting retention and attraction rates, increasing employee engagement, and positively contributing to company culture.

HR Insights: Helping Employees Feel Heard

We’ve also provided a separate HR Insights article on employee surveys. Click the following link to access: Developing and Conducting Employee Surveys.

HR Insights: Developing and Conducting Employee Surveys

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