A truly flat structure might be hard to create and maintain in practice. However, many of its benefits can be achieved by creating an environment of trust, accountability, high performance and opportunity to grow.
When organisations intentionally address both well-being and engagement, the effects are positive and mutually beneficial for employees and business outcomes alike
To engage workers, managers have to provide opportunities for them to learn and grow. Engaged employees are less likely to leave the workplace because they feel valued and personally fulfilled.