According to Gallup, disengaged employees cost the U.S upwards of $550 Billion dollars each year in productivity, work place absences, turnover and more.
While we have seen an uptick in the number of organizations offering an official employee engagement strategy, the problem has yet to be solved.
Deloitte reports 80% of organizations believe their employees are overwhelmed with the amount of information and activity going on at work, but less than 8% of those organizations have a formal program(s) to deal with their engagement issues. In our newest infographic, we identify the top eight most common employee engagement problems, and how WeSpire helps to solve them.
We need to bridge the gap
Although most organizations and executives now understand the importance of implementing an official employee engagement strategy, they lack direction in finding a cohesive solution. As a result, we’ve seen the rise of of the $74.3 billion employee engagement market. However, this market is crowded, and many vendors only tackle one piece of the employee engagement puzzle, forcing organizations to purchase multiple solutions, that are ultimately all trying to solve for the same thing.
On the other hand, WeSpire takes a holistic approach to employee engagement, helping organizations drive action amongst their employees when it comes to health and wellness, recognition, volunteering, manager-employee relations and more.
We’ve compiled the nine most common employee engagement problems we see organizations facing on a daily basis and how WeSpire can help effectively solve each problem.