What is employee engagement & why is it important?
We can hire the best and the brightest but how they really perform could be another story. Some are truly engaged--passionate, energetic and pushing themselves to achieve more, others to a lesser degree and a vast number could be disengaged.
Various studies put this "engagement" at anywhere from 30-50%, which means a large number of employees might not be contributing at their best. This has huge implications for organisational performance. It is not difficult to explain why an organization with, say, overall 70% highly engaged employees will show superior performance as compared to, say, one with just 40%. Research unequivocally supports this idea.
How to measure?
It is important to get a measure of employee engagement in a manner that meaningful interventions to improve it can be initiated. We have devised a survey instrument called EVIEW that you can use to measure employee engagement along following five dimensions:
There are a total of 21 statements that an employee needs to rate on a scale ranging from "Strongly Disagree" to "Strongly Agree". Estimated time to fill the survey is about 10 minutes.You can use this survey, free of cost, in your organization.
You can sample this instrument by clicking on the button below. Your response will remain anonymous.
If you need more information on implementing employee engagement in your organization and need our services, contact us.