Lot has been said about employee engagement. A recent survey by a leading analytics organization says that only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work. This study was conducted across 142 countries. The survey means that about 1 in 8 workers — roughly 180 million employees in the countries studied — are committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions to their organizations.
The bulk of employees worldwide — 63% — are “not engaged,” meaning they lack motivation and are less likely to invest cautious effort in organizational goals or profits. And 24% are “actively disengaged,” indicating they are unhappy and unproductive at work and accountable to spread negativity to coworkers. In rough numbers, this translates into 900 million not engaged and 340 million actively disengaged workers around the globe.
Such alarmingly low levels of engagement among global workers continue to hinder gains in economic productivity and life quality in much of the world.
The findings also reveal differences among employees with different job types and at different skill levels within countries. Recognizing these differences can help managers understand how these factors could affect workplace characteristics and help them identify specific barriers they must overcome to build more engaged workforces.
Regardless of region or industry, businesses seeking to adapt to rapidly changing global economic conditions must learn how to maintain high-productivity workplaces and grow their customer bases in widely varying social, cultural, and economic environments. Skill gap analysis and further training/ sensitization the employees and better fitment are couple of key drivers for better employee engagement.
Team Faber Infinite has rolled out an exceptional proven approach to analyze the skills of the employees. This skill analysis platform PriZma is devised to help organizations overcome the challenges relating to skill development and engagement among employees. PriZma aids to analyze the opportunities associated with employees with respect to skill development, provide solutions to overcome the challenges and would enable to understand the desired skills for the employees to perform better.
Apart from focusing on the gaps and coming up with the solutions for the same, PriZma will also facilitate to make a learning plan considering the needs and training requirements of the employees.
Team Faber has been helping organizations to conduct pertinent and customized skill analysis by deploying PriZma. Organizations are finding it exceptionally helpful and comfortable using PriZma. Moreover, it helps them to get appropriate results enabling them to design the way forward to impart training. And all this is conducted at a click of buttons, eliminating all hassle and subjective feedbacks! The expert team of Faber Infinite has designed the platform considering its vast experience of dealing with various traits and skills requirement, coupled with cloud based IT systems, making it effective, efficient and error free!
Since people spend a substantial part of their lives working. As a result, the quality of their workplace experience is undoubtedly reflected in the quality of their lives. If as the research says 1 in 8 employees are fully engaged or active, so a majority of them display negative experience at work, then the global economy will continue to remain sluggish.
Hence increasing workplace engagement is vital to achieving sustainable growth for companies, communities, and countries — and for putting the global economy back on track to a more prosperous and peaceful future. Team Faber can justly help you save from such a distressing future and can deliver the most appropriate results.
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Written By Faber Mayuri Pandya