Your employees have a wealth of information about what it is like to work at your company, and what your customers are telling them about your company and your competitors.
Your employees also have considerable knowledge about what can be done to improve your company's productivity, quality, customer service, customer satisfaction, customer loyalty, growth and profit, and what can be done to improve your risk profile.
Equally important, your employees know how satisfied or dissatisfied they are working at your company. They also know how engaged they are and what can be done to increase their level of engagement.
While most companies are aware of the need to take action and make improvements to become more competitive, they often miss important hidden actions that can really make a difference for customers, employees and the bottom line. That's where employee surveys come in, uncovering the hidden information, suggestions and insight you need from across your organization.
Highly satisfied employees are more engaged in their jobs, their productivity is higher and they do more to generate profit for your company. While company financials and other “hard data” measurements are important for assessing your company’s/organization’s performance, they are missing important information, insight and perceptions that can only be gathered by directly asking your employees. Employee employee satisfaction surveys are the best, most cost-effective way to gather comprehensive information accurately from a large portion of your employees about how satisfied and how engaged they are, and what needs to be done to increase employee satisfaction and engagement.
Definition of Employee Engagement
An organization’s employees are engaged when employees at all levels of the organization are fully committed, involved and enthusiastic about their jobs and their organizations.
• Engaged employees are willing, able and actually do contribute to