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More and more marketing execs are using their engagement knowhow to connect with internal teams. Here’s how—along with a weekly roundup of open comms positions.

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Many of today’s PR executives are tasked with making their work environments “more engaged.”

Although refreshing a stale workplace is easier said than done, there are a few ways to take your office culture from average to exceptional, data from YouEarnedIt suggest.

Here’s insight, from its Top Ten Most Recognized Employees list:

Employee engagement comes in countless forms, but when designed for employees, has intentional and trickle-down impacts on organizational operations success. Happy employees are high-performing powerhouses.

Want to keep your employees happy and engaged? Consider advice from three employees—all of whom were featured on YouEarnedIt’s list:

Encourage openness and collaboration

Data suggest more than 35 percent of employees cited strong connections with colleagues as the key to creating a happy workplace.

Car2Go’s Emily Concannon enjoys working with “a brilliant group of people that all have unique strengths.”

She adds:

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