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High Employee Engagement Levels = Strong Work Ethics

May 12th, 2014 by Alison McKinney

Did you know employees with high employee engagement levels are highly likely to have strong work ethics?

If you think about it when someone has a strong work ethic, they are dedicated to a job that they believe is valuable. They hold themselves to high standards of responsibility and keep themselves accountable for getting the work done right, to the standard expected and on time. They are more likely to contribute and get involved in good business decisions that help their colleagues, teams and companies move forward and succeed. Are these not all behaviours you would expect to find in engaged employees?

Having a strong work ethic can result in a greater understanding of the benefits of higher levels of productivity, and having good organisational skills, being reliable and possessing a good character. It is interesting to note that these are also qualities that successful people share.

Employees who are both engaged in their work and have a strong work ethic are more likely to be innovative and creative and therefore highly sought after by employers. As well as these forward-thinking attributes, employers love employees that they can rely upon to show up, remain positive and engaged and get the job done. This commitment is at the core of a strong work ethic, which anyone can strive to demonstrate in the workplace.

If you would like to know more about how high levels of employee engagement can have positive effects within your organisation, then contact us on +44 (0) 1255 850051.

Written by Alison McKinney
Alison McKinney is the Project and Quality Assurance Manager at The Survey Initiative, a dedicated employee research organisation devoted to helping its clients gain insight and understanding into what drives employee engagement in their business. Alison has extensive experience in project management and quality assurance and has recently worked on projects for clients as diverse as: WSP Middle East. Natural History Museum, Peverel, Marine Stewardship Council, Accor UK &Ireland and Thompsons Solicitors. Visit http://www.surveyinitiative.co.uk for more information.

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