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In order to keep your employees clipping along, you need to get to the root of their lack of engagement. According to a report by Gallup, 51% of employees are not engaged at work. So, how can you flip the switch for workers that have checked out?
That’s why 13 members of Forbes Coaches Council share below some of the ways managers can encourage employees to be more vocal about grievances, concerns and ideas. Here’s what they had to say:
The loss of a family member or friend can happen to anyone. Sometimes you're prepared for it; other times, it's sudden and jarring. Regardless of circumstances, everyone needs time and space to grieve after the death of a loved one.
It's easy to grant an employee a few days of bereavement leave to attend services and take care of estate planning. But what happens when your grieving worker returns? Their pain and sorrow won't magically disappear just because they're back in the office. You'll want to extend a little extra kindness and consideration to that person as they move through the stages of grief...