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.Employers/Organizations must recognize that business success depends on the human capital that drives and supports company objectives.Sullivan .
and ± Passionate about their work. Studies show that only one in every five workers is highly engaged in their work.Work Engagement The concept of employee work engagement describes the extent to which workers are: ± Involved with ± Committed to. .
What could be the problem? Work-related stress/pressure .
however. it can have unintended negative consequences .What could be the problem? Psychological recession ± Employees are concerned about the possibility of being fired from work ± There is an initial tendency to respond by working harder and longer ± If this kind of extraordinary work effort continues for too long.
Negative Consequences Work performance quality deficits Job burnout .
Negative Consequences range of health problems mental health problems ± increased stress ± anxiety ± depression .
What is the Solution? Communication Support and Resources ± The littlest detail of appreciation and recognition ± Respect .
.Communication One simple and low-cost management practice at the individual level is to change the way employees are given feedback about their job performance.
anxious. or having headaches.Support and Resources low levels of perceived organizational support predicted increased job strain symptoms among employees. . such as feeling fatigued.
.Support and Resources A recent study found that work engagement was improved when the organization offered more support and job resources.
Supervisor support Giving employees guidance on job performance. Employers must give employee undivided attention Ensure mutual understanding .
Goo d Job! .Positive appreciation A simple gesture of appreciation can help boost employee morale and work engagement.