Free HR Webinar on Employee Engagement
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Ascentis recently hosted a free HR webinar titled Employee Engagement: Why it Really Matters to Organizations. This free HR webinar recording is approved for 1.0 free SHRM credit and 1.0 free HRCI credit and available to watch here. Our expert speaker from this webinar–Pamela Schneider a Product Manager at Ascentis presented on this topic of engaging employees.
Why Engaging Employees Matters
In our recent free HR webinar, Employee Engagement: Why it Really Matters to Organizations our speaker discusses the ways in ensuring that employees are engaged can affect an organization. Specifically, this presentation describes the varied levels of engagement such as the engaged, almost engaged, honeymooners, crash & burners, and the disengaged. Viewers learn how to recognize these various levels of engagement as well as what they look like in the workplace. This free HR webinar also provides examples that illustrate these different engagement levels.
In addition to educating on engagement levels, our presentation provides examples of disengaged employees. Specifically, a disengaged employee will frequently arrive to work late or call off from work. Finally, this free HR webinar presentation also details how prioritizing workers to care for an organization will reduce absenteeism and fewer quality defects in your services or offerings as an organization.
Our free HR webinar titled Employee Engagement: Why it Really Matters to Organizations walks viewers through the differing engagement levels, what disengaged employees are really doing in the workplace, and how leaders can influence commitment and inspiration among employees.
Click here to view our free HR webinar recording on engaging employees AND by viewing this recording you can earn free HRCI & SHRM credits.
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