More than half (53 percent) of U.S. companies with 500 or more employees conduct employee engagement surveys. However, more than a third of managers do not act on the results of these surveys. The implications of this inaction, which has held at a relatively constant rate for several years, are particularly significant in today’s business environment in which high turnover rates and historically low unemployment converge to reduce capacity for achieving growth forecasts.Read More
If your CEO showed up unannounced in your office tomorrow and asked the following questions, would you be able to answer them?
- Are our employees more or less engaged than our competitors?
- In what ways, specifically, are our employees more engaged and less engaged?
Now for an even more important question. If you couldn't provide answers on the spot, should you or your HR department be able to?
Today’s CEOs have data on nearly every facet of their business. Yet, many come up short when they seek objective, data-driven insights on their company’s most valuable assets–its people. If HR can’t provide these insights, who should?
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.Read More
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!Read More