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Do’s and Don’ts of Employee Engagement: Making the Most of Employee Feedback

Tuesday, July 23, 2024, 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM CST
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Do’s and Don’ts of Employee Engagement: Making the Most of Employee Feedback

In a work environment where data and statistics play an increasingly vital role in the success of a company, employers often struggle to collect useful data about their employees that leads to lasting change.

This webinar covers key trends and effective ways to measure employee engagement beyond annual surveys. Learn best practices for collecting actionable feedback, fostering a culture of trust, and empowering managers. Join us as we discuss ways to create a thriving workplace where employees feel heard, supported, and motivated.


Amy McClure / HealthCheck360

Amy McClure is a sales executive at HealthCheck360, where she specializes in employee engagement. She studied English and Spanish at Loras College and earned a Master of Education from the University of Notre Dame. After teaching high school for 7 years and spending time at home with her children, she now works with Engage360 to enhance employee well-being and organizational health. She is passionate about helping others and driving positive change within teams.



James Tuft / The Horton Group

James Tuft is a Vice President for Horton’s Employee Benefit Solutions. In this role, James is responsible for providing expert employee benefits consulting, bringing new clients on board, and servicing and retaining existing clients. He is part of a team of employee benefits-focused specialists dedicated to delivering innovative healthcare solutions to employers.

Material posted on this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a legal opinion or medical advice. Contact your legal representative or medical professional for information specific to your legal or medical needs.

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