English translation: To be involved in an activity in a committed manner
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English term or phrase:
To be involved in an activity in a committed manner
English to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
English term or phrase:engage/engagement (here)
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Truly engaged people are passionate about their job. They are more productive, committed and conscientious and it shows in our business results. X believes that fully engaged employees are a critical success factor for the business and therefore needs to pay attention to two important factors, involving and developing employees.
Engagement is a combination of people's own perceptions, including: satisfaction, commitment, pride, loyalty, a strong sense of personal responsibility, and a willingness to be an advocate of X
The Executive Management Committee of Z takes employee engagement very seriously. Therefore we are introducing the Employee Engagement Process. This process is one of the priorities of top management and is aimed at further increasing the engagement of you in your job and the PD's objectives. A first step in this process is to get better insight in what drives you in your job and how you perceive working for X. To get this insight we are conducting the Employee Engagement Survey.
What does engaged/engagement mean here please? Thanks