Top 6 Forces Driving Employee Engagement and Strategies to Move the Engagement Needle
Top 6 Forces Driving Engagement Plus 6 Strategies to Move the Engagement Needle
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We measure employee engagement annually within nearly 5,000 organizations. The foundational survey is designed to evaluate ten major areas of engagement related to teamwork, manager effectiveness, trust in senior leaders, trust in coworkers, retention, alignment with goals, feeling valued, individual contribution, job satisfaction, and benefits. This enormous data set provides crucial insight into what is driving employees to work harder, stay with their organization, and promote it to others. Of the items on our survey proven to drive engagement, six have been identified as consistently producing the greatest overall impact. Several factors consistently contribute to an employee’s level of engagement, commitment and discretionary effort.
But certainly, not all factors are created equal; some have a greater effect than others. While a proven employee engagement survey is usually required to pinpoint the areas with the most leverage for your specific strategy and culture, there are six overall forces that consistently drive engagement across most organizations. So regardless of where you are in the employee engagement process, it makes sense for you to pay attention to six key forces.
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