Over the past 10 years working in the HR tech and employee engagement software industry, I’ve formulated a philosophy on how to effectively engage employees, which I call the employee engagement bridge.

Pay and benefits are no longer enough to ensure employee engagement. Though they create a solid foundation, you also need to consider the well-being of your employees. Even that will not be enough. Many other aspects of your business will factor into engagement as well: open and honest communication; purpose, meaning, and values; leadership and management; job design; recognition; learning and development; and workspace.

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