Video: Employee engagement surveys are not enough
According to Gallup’s research paper, The Worldwide Employee Engagement Crisis, (January 2016), only 13% of employees are engaged across the world, which it attributes in part to ‘invalidated and unfocused’ annual staff surveys.
Our interviewees believed that whilst employee engagement surveys can provide an invaluable insight into employee attitudes towards their job roles and the business in which they work, they should not be used in isolation, rather they should be an addition to ongoing dialogue between business leaders and their employees.
How is your organisation using the employee survey? Would you describe them as ‘focused’ and ‘validated’? To find out more download a whitepaper on the subject here.
This article was provided by Personal Group.
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