Keeping Your Employees Engaged Requires More Than Bright Shiny Objects
By "Jim Lein, Oracle Midsize-Oracle" on Oct 22, 2013
by Jim Lein | Sr. Principal Product Marketing Director | Oracle Midsize Programs | @JimLein
If you are experiencing the challenges of hiring and retaining the best talent then you understand how important it is to keep employees engaged. An engaged employee is "one who understands his/her place in the organization and fully comprehends how they contribute to and participate in the firm's execution of its Mission and Vision".
It goes deeper than just what I call "bright shiny objects". During my ski bum days, all my boss at the ski shop had to do was say, "If you put all these boots away before noon you can make a few powder runs and come back for the afternoon rush". That's as bright and shiny as it gets.
Pamela Stroko heads up Oracle's HCM Sales Enablement and Development and is Talent Management and Expert and Evangelist. Our Oracle Accelerate quarterly newsletter features a Q&A with Stroko on the Current State of Employee Engagement.
Stroko provides perspective on how to keep employees engaged when hiring managers are challenged to find and retain top talent.
Read the entire Q&A here.
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