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Using tech to keep a pulse on employee engagement.

While technology is a great tool to use in identifying employees who might be a flight risk or are struggling with a drop in motivation and engagement, it's important to remember that it's just one piece of the puzzle. Here's why:

  1. Keep it cool, not creepy: You don't want to come off as intrusive, so make sure to use technology in a way that's helpful, not invasive. Use it as a tool to assist, not to spy.

  2. Human connection is key: Don't rely solely on technology to solve employee engagement problems. Encourage face-to-face conversations and in-person check-ins. Building personal connections with your employees is more important than just using tech.

  3. Context is everything: Data from technology is only part of the story. Take into account the context and nuances of your team's work and personal lives when analyzing the information.

  4. Use tech as a starting point: Use technology to identify potential engagement indicators, but don't stop there. Follow up with personal conversations and actionable steps to improve employee engagement and retention.

  5. Balance is best: Technology should be used in conjunction with other engagement strategies, like employee recognition programs and learning and development opportunities. A balanced approach will give you the best results.

Remember, technology is a great tool, but it's not a one-size-fits-all solution. Use it as a helpful assistant, not the entire solution, and always consider the human element in employee engagement and retention.

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