When employees are happy, their productivity and engagement at work increases. Companies that prioritise strong company culture will see these increases, because they are looking after their employees.
Does your organisation listen to feedback from your staff? Do you take swift and proactive measures to respond to their needs? If so, you’re likely to have higher levels of employee satisfaction. A 2017 Gallup poll found that more than half of employees (51%) are actively looking for a new job or are keeping an eye out for new opportunities.
This could potentially mean that over half of your workforce are looking for greener pastures...
So, what can you do to reduce this figure and create a company culture that people will want to stick around and be a part of?
One of the most effective ways to measure the engagement of your team, is by sending out anonymous employee satisfaction surveys that ask the right questions in order to pinpoint problems, before they snowball.
Here's a few of the things we'll cover in our guide:
By circulating these regularly around your organisation, your HR team will be able to gather insightful feedback and pinpoint any problems before they get worse. Not only this, but it will also demonstrate that you're the type of company who wants to take care and listen to their employees.
It's a simple but hugely effective way to get the the bottom of your engagement problems.
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