Interpreting what employee survey results mean is critical to driving the right actions for improvement. Yet, it may not always be obvious where an organization’s strengths and weaknesses lie. Understandably, organizations want a point of reference to know how they’re really doing. Otherwise, how do you know if a 70 percent favorable employee engagement, or other, score is good or bad, better or worse? To provide this point of reference, organizations wisely turn to ‘norms’. Knowing what is ‘normal’ puts an organization’s results into context.
What does it mean to be an engaged employee? Recent HCI research reveals that 93% of HR leaders agree that engagement is critical to business success. How can HR leaders know if their employees feel engaged in their work?
Small businesses are everywhere. In the UK alone the number of small businesses has increased dramatically over the years, with the number of start-ups hitting a record high of 600,000 in 2015. According to a government report, in 2014 there were ...Read more