In the age of the connected, plugged-in worker, employee disengagement is actually getting worse.
And it's on their companies to fix this.
Jill Christensen spelled out these points in a CMSWire interview this week and will dive deeper at CMSWire and Digital Workplace Group's Digital Workplace Experience taking place June 19 through 21 at the Radisson Blu Aqua hotel in Chicago.
"Employee engagement efforts have failed over the past three decades because leaders continue to outsource [company] culture to HR," said Christensen. "HR hasn’t pushed back and has rolled out employee engagement like an initiative.
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- 4 Keys to a Successful Customer Experience Operating Model
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- Nadella Introduces New 'Intelligent' Vision for Microsoft's Future
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- How Everteam Plans to Take on the US ECM Market
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- How to Survive When the Robots Come For Your Job
- The Skills HR Needs to Sustain an Engaged Workforce
- Social Collaboration Is Here to Stay
- May 16 — [CMSWire Webinar] 5 Tactics to Recover 60% of Lost Revenue from Abandoned Carts
- May 18 — [DW Webinar 2] The Intersection of Intranets and Employee Experience
- May 23 — [CMSWire Webinar] 4 Essential Capabilities for a Successful Digital Workplace Strategy
- May 31 — [Episerver Webinar] Accelerate Time to Value: How to prioritize digital experience delivery
- June 01 — [DW Webinar 3] Key Strategies to Re-Engage Employees