11 Telltale Signs Of Employee Disengagement
Employee disengagement can be dangerous for a business since it can lead to poor performance and an imminent massive turnover at just the slightest push. Unfortunately, the symptoms of disengaged employees typically fly under the radar at most companies. With the focus on the bottom line and improving systems within the business, not all companies allow time to get employee feedback. However, even without direct information about the situation, companies can determine whether their employees are disengaged by knowing the red flags to keep an eye out for and then taking corrective action.
In this Forbes Human Resources Council article, Jay Polaki, HR Geckos' Founder and CEO, shares signs of employee disengagement
One sign of disengagement is an unwillingness to learn. As reskilling and upskilling are leading the renaissance in the “now of work,” employees are challenged with steeper learning curves and newer technologies. Leaders should extinguish disengagement with empathy and foster a culture of learning where employees can clearly see the connection between their learning and the organization's growth.
Learn more from Jay and her fellow Forbes Human Resources Council members on the telltale signs of employee disengagement that could cost a business its best workers.
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