Checkboxes for satisfaction If want to ensure that your efforts to improve the workplace for staff are having the desired effect, you need to regularly survey your staff. (Image: Shutterstock)

Engaged employees are more productive and better for your business. So, it might surprise you to learn that in a typical business, around 67 percent of the workforce is not engaged, and 18 percent is actively disengaged, with just 15 percent considered engaged with their work and the efforts of the business.

Clearly, then there is plenty for companies to do in order to improve levels of engagement. But the truth is it’s not usually anything enormous or sweeping that makes the changes;  it’s getting the little day-to-day details right. Here we take a look at some of the small things that your business can do that will add up to a big difference in employee engagement levels.

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