Tap into employees' emotions

Evans, David
October 2008
Human Resources (09648380);Oct2008, p65
The article focuses on the importance of employee engagement to a company. Employers can only achieve a tangible and engaged workforce through tapping into employee's emotions and getting them charged up about the service they are offering. The process includes getting the basics right, giving staff control, and keeping the program fresh.


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