Employee Engagement : The Human Resource Management For The Health Industry

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Employee engagement is important in the human resource management for the health industry. Engagement impacts the employee motivation for work and enhances leadership communication styles. A lack of engagement can impact the company economically by not adequately engaging employees with daily work and training opportunities. The purpose of engagement is the focusing on work-related task by focusing one’s energy in meaningful behavior at work, actively participating in meetings and productive conversations with colleagues and clients as well as others behaviors that serve the organizations goals and mission. Employees that are highly engaged produce higher quality work than disengaged employees. Highly engaged employees tend to have fewer accidents and better time management. They are happier at work and have a lower risk of being anxious or depressed. As a result, there is less physical and mental illness which reduces insurance claims and minimizing lost productivity from absences. They also have a more positive attitude toward their coworkers, helping to create better morale and greater collective productivity.
However, employees will not be engaged all of the time. Employees can experience burnout which can lead to stress, anxiety, depression and frustration. Burnouts is considered disengagement because it impacts productivity. Employees whom experience burnout do not enjoy their job they take extra sick leave and function poorly on the job which could lead to…

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