Why you need comparative analytics to save you time, money, and legitimacy.
An employee engagement survey is a smart first step toward shaping an intentional culture that mitigates risk, creates value, and delivers bottom-line results. After all, how do you know if your organization is headed in the right direction if you don’t know where you stand?
But a survey is only useful if it provides an accurate picture of what’s really going on in your organization. Surveys also ensure your employees feel heard and their confidence in you grows — research shows this has a direct impact on engagement.
But unfortunately, not all surveys can be trusted — and sometimes the consequences can be significant.
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