EngagedMetrics defines employee engagement as the level to which employees are committed to the organization, feel invested and valued in their jobs, and are dedicated to the success of the company.
Employee engagement investigates whether employees are willing to exert discretionary effort to help the organization succeed. Discretionary effort is a fancy way of asking “Are employees willing ‘go the extra mile’ to help the organization meet its’ goals and objectives?”
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How Does Employee Satisfaction Differs From Employee Engagement?
Employee satisfaction investigates the level to which employees are content and happy with their jobs.
The problem with employee satisfaction is that just because an employee is happy with their job, it does not necessarily equate to the employee being productive or hard-working. Employee satisfaction doesn’t examine whether employees are committed to helping the organization meet its’ goals and strategic objectives. Many business experts have questioned whether a company is better off without those employees perfectly content in maintaining the status quo?
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How to Measure Employee Engagement?
The most efficient way to measure employee engagement is using and employee engagement survey. Employee engagement surveys can be designed to collect valuable data targeting the issues and challenges facing your business. Employee engagement surveys can be designed around the employee engagement drivers most pertinent to your organization.
Employee Survey Benchmark Reporting
Your organization’s employee engagement scores only tell part of the story. In order for your results to be most valuable, you need the context of a employee engagement benchmarking database.
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The EngagedMetrics Process
From survey design all the way to action planning, EngagedMetrics delivers a comprehensive solution for measuring employee engagement. Click on each step below to learn more about the EngagedMetrics process.
The EngagedMetrics Process
EngagedMetrics delivers a comprehensive, full-circle solution for measuring employee engagement. From survey design, through benchmarking, all the way to action planning, our powerful employee surveying platform helps to ensure a successful project that delivers the results you need to improve.
Designing & Deploying Your Survey
Work with a live project manager to design an employee engagement survey tailored to the needs of your organization. Build your survey using EngagedMetrics’ validated question catalog, employee engagement drivers, and proven employee surveying technology. Conduct a throrough round of testing with your project manager. When everything is perfect, launch the survey to staff.
Once your survey is actively collecting responses, you can view your reports in real-time. View the engagement levels for each organizational topic measured. Examine the general health of your organization using the base question report. Run custom question reports to investigate the topics and challenges facing your organization. View scores for the entire organization, or filter your reports by demographics and organizational structure.
Benchmarking & Trending
EngagedMetrics’ powerful benchmarking system provides the ability to compare your engagement levels against other organizations of similar size and industry. Our trending reports allow you to compare your scores against your past EngagedMetrics projects. Comparison reporting allows you to easily determine the highest and lowest scoring groups for each employee engagement driver measured.
Integrated Action Planning
EngagedMetrics’ integrated action planning delivers relevant, customized action planning recommendations collected from the employees on the front lines. Integrated action planning generates a custom follow-up survey in real-time for each employee asking them for recommendations on the organizational topics they scored the lowest. These relevant action planning recommendations are then organized by topic and presented within your analytics dashboard.