Use cases for implementing employee engagement surveys
How to link surveys to business outcomes
How to leverage survey results and data to implement change
Your employees are the lifeblood of the company, so it’s important to ensure they are engaged and committed and that problems are resolved before they reach critical mass. And the best way to find out what your team members think of their work and how they feel about the organization is through Employee Engagement Surveys.
These surveys can arm your company with valuable data that can be immediately linked back to reasons for disengagement, potential turnover, or other strategic business objectives as well as the drivers for those.
When a company wants to make a benchmark comparison, it is usually on at least one of the following factors: how does my company’s satisfaction, engagement, or culture survey results compare to other companies in my industry; how ...
Millennials are the fastest growing generation in the workforce today. Despite the stereotypes, Millennials value many of the same principles that other generations do--meaningful work, flexibility and room for growth and development. In this ...