Axero President and Co-founder, Tim Eisenhauer, quoted by TMCnet.com in an article about employee engagement.
Managers, Execs Are Key to Boosting Employee Engagement
“Some companies are under the impression that a successful employee engagement program will cost a lot. And while there certainly are expenses involved – step one of achieving employee engagement means ensuring you’re not underpaying workers – an employee engagement program need not involve software, consultants, wellness programs and other productized approaches to solving the problem, according to a recent article by Axero’s Tim Eisenhauer writing for Entrepreneur, who notes that some of the most effective ways to boost engagement are also the simplest and least expensive.”
“Management transparency has a direct 94 percent correlation with employee happiness,” wrote Eisenhauer. “Trusting employees with sensitive information gives them a sense of deeper investment in the company and helps to create a more cooperative team atmosphere, as opposed to an ‘us versus them’ perception of the management-employee relationship.”