85% of employees aren’t engaged or are actively disengaged at work—resulting in approximately $7 trillion in lost productivity globally.1
Engaging employees can be difficult—even in the closest-knit offices—so it can seem downright impossible to engage those in nontraditional settings, whether they’re workers on the manufacturing plant floor, truck drivers in the field, representatives in overseas call centers, or remote workers across the country.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss:
- Ways top employers engage these employees in HR/benefits programs, using best-practice analog and digital approaches
- Examples from Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., Red Bull, and StayWell
1 Harter J. Dismal employee engagement is a sign of global mismanagement. Gallup Blog https://www.gallup.com/workplace/231668/dismal-employee-engagement-sign-global-mismanagement.aspx. Accessed July 10, 2019.