Outlay vs. Outcome Debate for Employee Engagement

Companies spend a lot of money in employee engagement activities. But, just a strategy isn’t enough. There should be a way to measure returns on investment.

Every revenue exercise goes through the intense debate of Outlay vs. Outcome. Outlay refers to the amount of expenditure and outcome focuses on consequences. Unfortunately, most budgets focus solely on the outlay part of planning strategies.

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First appeared: Outlay vs Outcome debate for employee engagement | The Qustn Cafe


Reprinted: Outlay vs. Outcome Debate for Employee Engagement – The HR Tech Weekly®

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