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‘Keeping them engaged’ directly impacts the number game.

Wow! So can we say engagement is directly proportionate to productivity and bottom line? Yes, 100 per cent.

Studies suggest an increase in bottom-line profit, as a result of improved employee engagement levels.

In addition, leaders should always be looking to correlate high employee engagement with increased turnover.  Organisations with growth and profit increases bring about a very engaged workforce as well. As profits go up, the potential for booty rises. This rubs positively with the employees, and is evident in work and its results.

The charm of employee engagement is its proven links to balance sheets. It can be easily proven that  employees are more productive, and contribute more financially to the organisation, if they feel involved in, and are devoted to, the organisation.

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Author: Deepak Malhotra is a doctorate in management studies with specialisation in human resources. Deepak has close to 20 years of cross-industry professional exposure within numerable reputed brands and in human resource management. Deepak is currently associated with IL & FS as vice president – human resources. It is his vision to have an impact on the overall entrepreneurial leadership. He also speaks in various forums, including the top business schools, and is one of the top human resource influencers in the country on social media.