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HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVES PULL OFF A TURNAROUND
The managing executives of a large hospital were faced with bad news: the most abysmal employee engagement scores we’d ever seen. However, they saw the news as positive, since they were all certain it couldn’t possibly get worse. The organization’s unrelenting focus on raising employee engagement, turned the hospital into THE premier hospital in the region.
MANAGING ENGAGEMENT & CULTURE NETS HUGE ROI
When a large outdoor retailer had to reinvent itself, it first, had to understand what it was, and how that affected employee engagement. Due to two campaigns that worked with employee engagement and organizational culture, the retailer’s total shareholder return increased by more than 1,000% over five years.
Employee Engagement & Corporate Income
Working with a large, nationwide retailer, we proved the ROI of employee engagement in terms of company sales. Our research conclusively proved that the stores with highly-engaged employees averaged sales $2.74 million per year higher than those stores with low employee engagement.