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Top 5 Benefits of Keeping your Healthcare Workforce at a High Level of Engagement

Prophecy enjoyed the honor of being a featured blogger on Concerro’s blog!

In short, the blog focused on the top 5 benefits of keeping your healthcare workforce at a high level of engagement.  Be sure to read the full blog today!

Top 5 Reasons to Focus on Employee EngagementTruth be told – Employee Engagement is at an all time low!  A Towers and Perrin report indicates that 72 percent of companies have “right-sized” or reduced workforces due to the recession.  So, it’s not hard to believe that the number of “actively disengaged” workers has risen as high as 24% in companies experiencing layoffs (Watson Wyatt’s Employee Engagement Index).

So, what is Employee Engagement?

With all the buzz phrases in the human resource field, it can be easy to overlook important areas needing your focus.  Employee Engagement identifies the level in which your employees feel inspired to connect with your organization’s vision and purpose. How likely are they to stay with your organization?  How loyal and committed are they to the position they are currently filling?

How do you Evaluate Employee Engagement?

Well, with Prophecy’s Behavioral Assessments, scoring employee engagement is easy!

The Prophecy Behavioral Engagement Survey assists you in visualizing the applicant’s engagement with their chosen specialty and their past and/or future employers.  The detailed analysis includes:

  • Job Engagement scale and evaluation
  • Job Engagement Suggested Interview Questions
  • Employer Engagement scale and evaluation
  • Employer Engagement Suggested Interview Questions

Job Engagement and Previous Employer Engagement give you a starting off point during interviews to figure out if the opening you have available is the right position and the right kind of environment for the caregiver.

For more information contact Melissa Spangler directly at 336-802-1070 ext 705.

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