15 quotes from inspirational leaders on employee engagement and happiness

Employee engagement should be a top priority for every organization in the modern era, especially for those who care about employee happiness, retention and productivity. We pulled together 15 quotes, from various experts and leaders who have shared why engaged employees are the best employees.

But first, let's quickly dive into what employee engagement really is. According to Forbes, "Employee engagement is the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals."

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EngagementPaige Eaton
Do these 5 things to deliver a great employee experience

Employee experience is everything your employee's encounter, discover or feel over the course of their time with a company. It can be anything from the general workplace atmosphere to the company’s mission, work-life balance, or the way coworkers interact with one another. 

Impeccable employee experience can affect retention, employee happiness, recruitment and the overall culture of a company.

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Building a Culture of Empathy In Your Company

81% of employees would be willing to work longer hours if they felt their employer was empathetic. The actions and communication style of leadership is essential to set the stage, ensuring empathy and understanding radiates throughout the workforce. A healthy corporate culture leads to better retention, increased employee satisfaction and a more collaborative and successful company.

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EmpathyPaige Eaton
How Recognizing Your Employee’s Personal Milestones Can Boost Your Employee Experience and Culture

Recognizing your employees and their accomplishments both personally and professionally, is not a new concept. It’s been around for decades. But these days, something is missing—the human connection.

More than ever, companies are offering increasingly attractive incentives to keep employees excited, engaged and appreciated. It’s clear why, as studies reveal that 79 percent of people who quit their jobs cite ‘lack of appreciation’ as their reason for leaving.

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