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How to Create a Company Culture That Engages Employees Engagement is a journey, not a destination, but the culture you foster is the place to start.

By DJ Jeffries Edited by Amanda Breen

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Have you ever worked at a job that you had mentally checked out of? It's not great, right? You're no longer invested in much of anything in the job anymore. You don't really bother to get closer with any of your coworkers. You're literally just there to do what you're asked and then get a paycheck.

As hard as it is to work a job that you're not engaged in, it may be just as hard, if not harder, to try to supervise a group of employees who are no longer engaged. Maybe you know what that's like from personal experience. If so, this article isn't about judging you. It's about helping you. Dealing with this is rough, but now is as good a time as any to overhaul the culture in your workplace and help your team get engaged and motivated.

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