The Three Types of Employee Engagement

Publisher: Orange Grove Consulting

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The Three Types of Employee Engagement

When measuring an organization’s performance, it’s essential to look at engagement across all types of employees, since engaged employees are more likely to contribute to bottom-line business benefits and refer the company to others. Employee engagement isn’t just about how employees work, but also how they feel while doing their tasks, such as how enthusiastic and involved they are in their work environment. There are three types of employee engagement – behavioral engagement, cognitive engagement, and emotional engagement – that all play an important role in how your employees work and feel. Here’s a little bit about the different types of employee engagement and the factors that influence each one.