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An ‘Employee Value Proposition’ Mindset Just Might Fix Employee Engagement

At too many companies, employee engagement is broken.
What began as a great idea – methodically attending to what people need to be most effective on the job – has become at many enterprises a hodgepodge of perfunctory surveys, consultant malpractice, and fear-mongering.
What can save it? It will take a lot. The effects of a decade or more of bad strategy won’t easily dissipate.
But there is a concept reemerging that just might get things realigned. “Employee value proposition” just might get companies thinking straight again about their relationship with their employees.
My latest column for Forbes makes the case.


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