CLOSE THE ENGAGEMENT GAP
Why are small businesses outperforming enterprises when it comes to employee engagement? After all, enterprises have more resources and funds to foster employee engagement. Fond’s free eBook, Drivers of Employee Engagement: Why Big Companies Should Think Small, explores what drivers of employee engagement enterprises are failing to support and how they affect your large business.
Download our eBook now to learn how your enterprise can close the engagement gap.
- Why engagement matters
- How employee engagement at enterprise companies compares to small businesses
- How to measure key drivers of employee engagement
- Why thinking small is thinking big
FOND’S DRIVERS OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
Personalize your rewards for your workforce. From company-branded swag to exclusive rewards created only for your company, Fond will have something to engage everyone.
Core Values Reinforcement
Keep your workforce engaged by creating recognition occasions based around your core values to reinforce them every day. Employees who know your core values are even more productive.
Opportunities to Learn and Grow
Foster learning through Fond’s Learning & Development offerings, from discounts on eBooks and Udemy courses to reduced pricing on language courses and audiobook subscriptions.
An Increase in Employee Happiness
Employees who are recognized regularly are happier and more productive at work. Recognize them regularly for better results and build a culture of recognition at your company.
Better Manager-to-Employee Relationships
Build stronger relationships between managers and employees by providing them an easy way to regularly reward and recognize each other.
Engaged employees are likely to stay at your company for longer. Reward them for their tenure with custom service award catalogs, automated work anniversary tracking, and more.
“Our employee engagement has improved drastically. I can say, with confidence, that Fond was a big part of that. We couldn’t have made the kind of impact on our workforce without Fond, and it’s been an overwhelming success."
Amy Hardy, Director of Talent and Culture, CSD