Financial Sector

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Were you aware that only 10 percent of all Millennials plan to stay in their current role for a long duration?

 The average commitment in the financial sector is 17 months. According to Gallup, work engagement is only 29 percent from Millennials. And worse, turnover rates keep rising. It is critical for financial firms to increase employee engagement. There are ways to curb this.

By adopting a continuous feedback model, you will develop a loyal, invigorated staff.

The financial sector (banking, securities, commercial real estate, investment management, and insurance) has always drawn an educated and experienced pool of top talent. But recently, the numbers in the competitive sector have dropped. Employee and customer retention has been major hindrance. The need for leadership, innovation, and creativity. If a competitor offers the slightest incentive, talent will move. Furthermore, these employees sometimes move their clients with them.

Why Improving Employee Engagement is Vital in the Financial Sector


Increased employee engagement improves productivity, creativity, and enhances discretionary effort in the financial sector.

Top Talent

Acquiring and retaining top talent requires an engaged workforce. One that is happy and productive, with opportunities for advancement. 

Bottom Line

Engagement saves money, time, and risk. While also leading to fewer safety incidents, greater attendance, increased productivity, and top talent.


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