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Posted by Darren Findley on Thu, March 15, 2018

In late 2016, Engage2Excel acquired Decision Toolbox, a recognized leader in integrated recruiting solutions. This addition complemented our existing HR solutions for employee recognition and surveys and significantly expanded the capabilities of our Talent Acquisition division, launched in July 2016.

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Posted by Tiffany Adams on Fri, March 9, 2018

In our last two blog posts, our colleague, Tyler Morrison has spoken about why an engagement survey is important to understanding your organization's health and how to prepare your organization for your survey. This week Tiffany Adams, is taking the reins and sharing her ideas for not wasting all the money you just spent on your engagement survey!

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Posted by Tyler Morrison on Tue, February 27, 2018

Conducting an employee engagement survey is now a common practice for a majority of companies with 250 employees or more. In fact, 83% of respondents in our recent Trendicators report say their organization has conducted an engagement survey in the last two years. Engagement surveys are popular because they provide an opportunity to understand and analyze how employees feel about the workplace conditions that influence performance, loyalty and emotional connection to the organization. In our last blog, we discussed the importance of conducting an engagement survey, and this week we continue the conversation around administering one for your organization.

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Wed, February 14, 2018

More than half of U.S. companies with 250 or more employees have conducted engagement surveys within the past two years. However, what do employees think about the engagement surveys their employers periodically—some might say, ritualistically—ask them to complete?

We looked for answers in the available literature but couldn’t find a single survey on the topic. How ironic is that? For years, hundreds of millions of employees have answered billions of questions probing their feelings about workplace conditions—yet we lack basic information about how such efforts are perceived by the very people analyzed.

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