Did you know that higher levels of employee engagement can help boost productivity and profits? If, like many organisations, you are faced with the challenge of motivating existing employees who are disengaged, unaccountable or tuned-out, and battling with the departure of your top performers or high potentials, take heart that a solution does exist.
Measuring your employee engagement level and making sense of the specific drivers leading to engagement, allows you to gain insights on challenges within your workforce. With better understanding of what matters to your employees, effective actions can be designed and undertaken to develop an engaged workforce.
What is employee engagement?
Employee engagement goes beyond employee satisfaction and happiness. Employee engagement is defined as the emotional commitment an employee has for the organisation. Engaged employees are likely to be more willing to put in discretionary effort in their work to help achieve organisational goals.
How can your organisation benefit from building a culture of engagement?
Research over the past decade has conclusively found that employee engagement has a huge benefit to productivity and business success.
Engaged employees are more likely to:
- Be willing to ‘go the extra mile’
- Be productive at work
- Stay motivated and committed to improve organisation’s performance
- Display loyalty and stay with the organisation for the long-term
- Be an active advocate of your organisation
How can EON help you?
EON believes that employee engagement surveys alone don’t increase engagement.
Action planning and focused execution do.
EON’s Employee Engagement Framework, therefore, is not only designed to help management understand what matters most to employees, but also help to identify employee engagement priorities and more importantly, meaningful and actionable insights to increase engagement levels.
Specifically, the EON’s Employee Engagement Framework aims to help you:
- Determine the overall engagement level of your employees
- Understand what matters most to your employees
- Identify stronger engagement drivers which can be enhanced further as your Employee Value Proposition (EVP)
- Identify weaker engagement drivers which are important to the employees
- Prioritise and develop an action plan on the possible engagement strategies and interventions
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