Why engagement is important
Engaging your employees isn’t just important for their development and job satisfaction—it’s also an incredibly strong marker for performance and the health of your business. In fact according to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace study (which compiled data from more than 195,600 US employees), when compared to business units that score in the bottom quartile of employee engagement, business units that score in the top quartile of employee engagement have 41% lower absenteeism, 24% lower turnover, 17% higher productivity, and 21% higher profitability.
How to build an engaged oncology workforce
Staff engagement levels (and areas for improvement) are constantly shifting, making it important to continually reassess and adjust your strategy accordingly. Be sure to continually evaluate and scope your efforts to hit on the highest impact strategies.