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Motivating Employees: A Look at Engagement Across Industries

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Motivating Employees: A Look at Engagement Across Industries
Date:
July 30, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
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Description
Just 10% of the U.S. workforce is fully engaged according to a March study conducted by Modern Survey and a whopping 32% of employees are disengaged across the United States. With this level of disengagement and apathy, it is a tremendous barrier for employers looking to meet their business goals.

Yes, employee disengagement is at its highest levels since Modern Survey began measuring it in 2007. The news isn't all doom and gloom though. There are some industries – and they may not be the ones you expect - that are able to engage their employees at significantly higher levels than the rest of the US workforce.

Drawing from Modern Survey’s twice annual United States Employee Engagement Study, learn how these industries are better able to reach and engage their employees and what you can do to emulate them. Also, learn which industries have the lowest levels of engagement and what you need to do to avoid their predicament.

The equation to build a culture of engagement is simple, but exceptionally challenging. The organization is responsible for creating a framework for making employee engagement possible. Next, leaders – both senior leaders and direct managers – need to understand what drives engagement and leverage those drivers with their employees. Finally, all employees need to know that they are responsible for choosing to bring their best to work on a daily basis. The equation is equal part organization, leadership, and individual employee.

This webinar will teach Human Resource professionals more about the best and worst engaging industries and how to leverage the engagement equation as Modern Survey's president, Don MacPherson, dives into Modern Survey's United States Employee Engagement Study.
Who Should Participate
HR professionals interested in employee engagement and optimizing the employee experience in their organization will learn a great deal from this webinar.
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What You Will Learn
  • Learn which industries have the most engaged workforces and which have the least engaging environments.
  • Discover how the drivers of employee engagement have changed since the Great Recession.
  • Find out what organizations need to do to make engagement possible for all employees.
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Modern Survey measures workforce intensity — that fire in your company’s belly that makes all things possible. We analyze the stuff your talent management system can’t — so that you know what to do next.
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Infogroup
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Starbucks Corporation
4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Self Employed
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Nova Southeastern University- Huzinga School
4 / 5
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Convergys Corporation
4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Post University
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FranConnect
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Excellent Presentation
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Bsa Baptist St Anthony's Healthcare System
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Lee Memorial Health System
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Nefab - Americas
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Intergrated Manufacturing Technologies
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US Foods, Inc.
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NORWOOD CONSULT
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Bishop Brothers Construction
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Butterfield Bank
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Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
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Pittsburgh Steelers
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Cable & Wireless (Barbados) Ltd
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Emergency Medical Services Corporation
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koch foods, (chicago, IL)
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TestAmerica, Inc
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Dicker Staffing Services
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Pcl Construction Services
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United Water
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Self Employed
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Parallon Business Performance Group
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XO Communications Inc.
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Settlepou
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The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
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Prestige Employee Administrators, Inc
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Veyance Technologies Inc.
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Boston Market Corporation
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Universal Health Services Inc
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City Of Cedar Rapids
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Very Good Presentation
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International Code Council
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Image of Jacques Gaumond Jacques Gaumond
Université de Montréal
5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Hewlett Packard
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Structural Integrity
3 / 5
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University Of Chicago
5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
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Intercede Health
3 / 5
Good Presentation
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Naveen Consulting
3 / 5
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Specialized Property Evaluation Control Services Limited
3 / 5
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Extensis Group Llc
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Denver Management Advisors Inc.
4 / 5
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Desjardins Financial Security Life Assur
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Beyond Rewards Inc.
3 / 5
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Excellent presentation. Well delivered. Thanks Don! 5 / 5
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Abbott Laboratories
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Good Presentation
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Johnson Controls
Great job! 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Perfect Pallets Inc
Great presentation. thank you! 5 / 5
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Lear Corporation
He did a great job! 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
Image of Joy Ukaha (ACIPM) Joy Ukaha (ACIPM)
ILF Consulting Engineers (Germany)
i wish he had spoken about how to commence effective engagement activites where non exist in an organization or where it has gone cold. But i enjoyed his straight forward simple terms pictorial lecture 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
Image of Maria Rubi de Dios Maria Rubi de Dios
Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts
It would be great to have similar webinar on global/regional trends as well as these would be quite relevant to us here in Asia. Thanks. 4 / 5
Very Good Presentation
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Walgreens Co.
5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
Image of Deanna Sherman, PHR Deanna Sherman, PHR
Bayhealth Medical Center
Thank you for brining this great presentation! 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
Thank you for taking the time to present this webinar. Have a great day! 5 / 5
Excellent Presentation
Image of Lisa Alli Lisa Alli
St. Joseph Communications
The presentation was presented clearly and concisely and it was somewhat interactive as it allowed for participation with the poll questions. However the whole hour basically went through many index/survey responses I felt that I could have just looked at surveys on my own time. I expected more coverage on actual tips on how to engage your employees in various industries and/or examples of employee engagement within these different industries so I did not feel that it added much value. 2 / 5
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The survey results were very interesting and the changes that were effected by the US economy. 5 / 5
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Image of Toni Aliberti Toni Aliberti
DATIS HR Cloud
Very good. A few less graphs on each of the industries but otherwise very insightful. 4 / 5
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Image of Holly Hofmann Holly Hofmann
MGIC Investment
Well done... would be interested in even more details of the survey.

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