Your organization’s most important asset is its people. Yet, Gallup reports that as many as 85% of employees are not engaged at work, leading to loss of productivity, absenteeism and high turnover rates. The good news: by being proactive and taking steps to identify where you’re challenged and creating a continuous feedback experience with your people, employee engagement can rebound, and you’ll be on your way to creating an amazing place to work.
With its focus on validated survey design, extensive analytics and real-life practical implications, Comparative Employee Engagement is an excellent way to understand where you can get the most out of your investment in people.
Your people are your most important asset - find out how you can become a better place to work. Each employee has a voice - but periodic reviews and surveys don’t tell the full story. Comparative Engagement reveals insights beyond whether your employees are “happy” or not - it uncovers nuance and deeper needs that helps create higher levels of ownership and accountability.
Comparative Employee Engagement was designed by organizational psychologists and data scientists to uncover honest feedback and capture accurate and measurable results. You can leverage our statements right away or let our survey designers tailor custom statements to fit your needs.
We use 15 key questions that allow your organization to accurately measure what matters to your employees, strengthen your workplace, and boost your effectiveness by utilizing the most powerful engagement tool used by leading Fortune 500 companies. Research has demonstrated that your company’s level of employee engagement directly affects your bottom line - now take proactive action to unleash the power of your people!
EnvironmentMy employer provides a workplace environment that meets my needs.
CultureMy colleagues hold their own work to a high standard.
EngagementMy work environment enables me to learn and try new things.
CareerWithin the last month, I have felt recognized or appreciated for doing good work.
EnvironmentMy employer’s and supervisor’s expectations are clearly communicated.
CultureI believe in the approach my leaders take to reach our objectives.
EngagementOver the last six months, my work environment has helped me get better at my job.
CareerI have a clear path on advancing my career.
EnvironmentMy employer provides me with the equipment, resources, and support that I need to do my job well.