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Several research findings support the fact that the top 20 per cent of multinational corporations with high engagement scores are consistently doing something different. For example, Toyota Motor’s manufacturing plant in Georgetown, USA has an employee engagement level about 10 per cent higher than the US average. According to Peter Gritton, Vice-President (Admin–). at Toyota, the reason for their high levels of engagement can be attributed to the corporate culture that supports both individual creativity and team work (Bates, 2004). Gritton further emphasized, “[. . .] it is the responsibility of the management to support the employees and be committed to the overall success of both the employee and the company itself”. In addition to this, he insisted that to maintain consistently higher levels of engagement, management must develop employee trust on a daily basis. His message clearly emphasizes the importance of measuring employee engagement to gauge organizational health.
Employee engagement is a positive attitude held by individuals toward their organization and its culture. A truly engaged employee is one who is aware of the business context–, and works with all stakeholders to enhance both individual and organizational performance. The onus lies with both the organization (which must create a culture conducive to developing and nurturing engagement) and individuals who should align their personal goals with organizational goals by going beyond the job description.