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How high on the scale would your employees rank their sense of belonging in your organization? It is not enough to assume that your employees feel connected and like they belong at work. The third-highest driver for voluntary turnover in organizations, 26.2%, was dissatisfaction and disengagement with current organizational culture according to Nonprofit HR’s 2019 Retention Practices Survey. Belonging is linked to increased job performance and can strengthen employee engagement. Understanding the extent to which your diverse staff feels a part of the culture is an important data set to understand.

Listen in now and hear:

  • How to identify and address employee engagement differences based on employee demographic makeup
  • New ways that employees may expect to influence, engage and be heard in the workplace
  • How to create meaningful employee engagement practices aimed at fostering belonging

*Content in this post was updated July 19, 2022


Emily Holthaus

Antonio Cortes, PhD
Senior Consultant, DEI
Nonprofit HR

Beth Taylor Mack, PhD
Senior Consultant
Health & Wellbeing Innovations

Melissa Phillippi
Co-Founder & President

formance Culture

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