Co-authored by: Colleen Cone, VP of Talent & Culture, Dyn
Employee engagement and retention are not new concepts for companies. Employers have worked to maximize the potential of their workforces since the beginning of time, and have tried to motivate employees to improve performance and productivity through various types of incentive programs for decades. It’s no secret – businesses with highly engaged employees generally have elevated productivity and better financial results. But employee needs and expectations change with the times, and that has never been more apparent than in today’s workplace.
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