A guide to what organizations can do now to drive better EHS performance through a more engaged workforce. Organizations have always known that engaged employees are better for business. When someone is committed to their work and enthusiastic about their job, they’re much more likely to see their interests as aligned with the values and goals of their employer. Engaged employees tend to make the kinds of decisions that ultimately improve a company’s bottom line. And they don’t jump ship when the going gets tough; they do what it takes to turn things around. While for most organizations, this is where the benefits of employee engagement seem to end, a growing number are starting to find it’s also a key driver of success in EHS.