Employee engagement: hit-and-miss strategies,how companies deal | Inquirer Business

Employee engagement: hit-and-miss strategies,how companies deal

04:36 PM May 13, 2016

MANILA, Philippines – Employee engagement is important for companies that want to remain competitive in today’s economic circumstances. A survey conducted globally by Bersin found out that employee engagement is the most tracked HR metric by companies here in the Philippines. Why? Because it is expensive to hire and train new employees and employee engagement directly correlates to the revenue and innovativeness of a company. Better retention rates, higher work productivity and improved financial results are some of the positive outcomes of a successfully implemented employee engagement strategy.

To help organisations learn and improve their employee engagement strategy campaigns, Vision Connect Events ((02) 515-9185, 0998.536.8283, [email protected]) is launching a half-day seminar entitled, “Employee Engagement: Hit-and-Miss Strategies and How Successful Companies Deal With Them” to be held at the New World Manila Bay Hotel at 1:00PM – 5:30PM on May 19, 2016.


Resource speakers for this seminar are experts in the field of Human Capital namely, Mr. Leo R. Benitez, HR Director of Luen Thai International Group, Mr. Eric P. Riego de Dios, HR Director of Baker and Mckenzie and Mr. Jose Mari Oquinena, Director General of the Philippine Information Agency.

To inquire, please contact Vision Connect at (02) 515-9185, Sms/Txt at 0998.536.8283 or email us at [email protected]

Vision Connect Events is a startup company dedicated to enhance business growth and build professional management skills of people through providing informative and up-to-date learning sessions and seminars. ADVT. 

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