New Employee Engagement eBook is Released

Employee assessment solutions provider, Profiles International, recently published a new eBook titled "The Ultimate Guide to Employee Engagement." The guide provides an in-depth look at engagement on the employee, managerial, and organizational levels. The document discusses at length how engagement influences an employee's job satisfaction, productivity level, and loyalty to the company.

By downloading the latest eBook, readers can learn how to spot disengaged employees and develop strategies to improve engagement levels throughout their organizations. Specific topics covered include how to identify disengaged employees, how to improve the level of engagement in your organization, and lessons from global organizations getting employee engagement right.

"If businesses have disengaged employees, they risk major productivity losses, higher turnover, increased costs, and lower morale," said Michael Wilk, vice president, corporate marketing, Profiles International, Inc. "These issues are prevalent around the world. Profiles International has offices in over 120 countries, and many of our directors are sharing the eBook with their clients, partners, and colleagues."

Interested parties can download a free, copy of the employee engagement guide in the Profiles International library.

About Profiles International
Profiles International is the best source for talent management solutions, with over 20 years' experience and more than 40,000 clients in over 120 countries. Profiles knows how people work and what motivates them. Their data-driven talent management solutionsbuilt on complex behavioral science, yet simple to administer and readhelp organizations find the right people, shape them into a winning team, and lead them to their full potential.

http://www.profilesinternational.com




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