Boston | Oct 14 - 17, 2018 | John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Conv. Ctr
Workplace decisions are business decisions, not design decisions, and they must be based on evidence. A primary business need for all organizations is a highly engaged workforce. While it has always been believed that the workplace can contribute to raising engagement scores, there is now evidence to prove it. A new study with three leading edge, global companies - Thomson Reuters, Silicon Valley Bank and FTI Consulting - shows a correlation between actions that can be taken in the workplace and employee engagement scores will be shared. Gain the evidence needed to help prioritize funding and focus energy to create workplaces that contribute to the larger business goals of your company. The four levers you can deploy to impact employee engagement and how to measure success will be highlighted.