Invest in People, Not Perks

August 9, 2017 Nicole Klemp

 

In this video series, thought leader and “futurist”, Jacob Morgan, explains that providing work perks like free snacks or yoga classes — while a nice bonus — are not equal to providing workers with an engaging culture. Through his research, Morgan has found that spending money on perks doesn’t solve employee engagement problems. Instead, transforming the worker experience by investing in people, and putting an emphasis on hiring the right types of leaders can have a huge impact on engagement. “You have to put people (managers) in place who believe that their job is to make other people more successful than they are.”

 

 

 

Learn more about creating a culture of engagement in our ebook, The Recipe for Worker Engagement.

 

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