Employee engagement is the simplest way to improve retention, increase referrals, and reduce turnover. This helps in any economy, but today it makes all the difference. So, how can you make sure you’re not losing your best employees faster than you’re able to attract new talent? If you don’t want to be fighting the war for talent on two fronts at once, you need both a good defense and a strong offense.
Now is the time to make sure your culture is in great shape so you can improve employee retention and reduce employee turnover. Top Workplaces already do.
Top Workplaces attract new talent and limit turnover with the strength of an intentional culture. Their employees are engaged – and they want to stay put. In fact, some of these standout organizations report turnover rates as low as 14 percent.
Top Workplaces excel at a lot of things, including recruiting and employee retention. So, how do they build and nurture such strong cultures? At Energage, we’ve studied the best practices of Top Workplaces. After 12 years of research, we’ve identified the 15 culture drivers that most predictably lead to employee engagement.
In this interactive session, we’ll present our findings, share best practices, and work together to establish takeaways that will help you get intentional about culture.
Fraser Marlow, Head of Research
Fraser heads up the research and marketing efforts at Energage. As the author of many articles on the topic of employee engagement and coaching, Fraser brings a broad perspective on how organizational culture impacts business results. Fraser is co-author of ‘The Engagement Equation’ (Wiley 2012), a comprehensive senior executive guide to building stronger engagement strategies. He’s a frequent speaker at conferences and events, sharing the many insights from a decade of Top Workplaces research. Prior to joining Energage, Fraser headed up the leadership practice for BlessingWhite, a consulting firm in Princeton, NJ. He also served as the head of e-commerce for GE Healthcare’s life sciences division.
Lisa Sordilla, HR Director
Lisa Sordilla was a customer of Energage prior to joining as its first HR Director in March of 2017. It was a natural transition because her personal passion aligns with the Energage purpose of making the world a better place to work together. With a Bachelor’s in Sociology and early experience in social work, Lisa found her skills transferable to business in the HR function. She worked at small- to midsize- companies in a variety of industries and found her niche at rapid-growth technology firms that focus on building great cultures. Since 2014, Lisa has been involved in the Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year award, which is supported by seven regional SHRM chapters. She also serves on the Board of the New Choices Career Transition Program at Delaware County Community College. Lisa is a working mother with three teenage boys and is proud to do her part to support other working women and parents.
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