White Paper: How to Harness the Power of Employee Engagement to Create a Safer Workplace

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Workplace studies have shown that employees who feel engaged and empowered are more likely to go above and beyond in their performance, have higher job satisfaction, and stay loyal for longer than their disengaged peers. At shipyards and other maritime work sites, employee engagement can also have a direct link to safety. In this white paper, experienced leaders from The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. (AEU), lay out the ways that an increase in employee engagement can lead to decreases in the frequency and severity of injury claims. 

The white paper contains: 

  • Results of having engaged employees and disengaged employees
  • Examples of engagement that managers can use
  • Shaping and influencing frontline engagement from mid-level management
  • Preparing for the workplace culture of the next generation 

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