It’s no secret that employee engagement affects business performance.
The importance of engagement is reflected by the fact that over two-thirds of all organizations conduct annual employee engagement surveys.
However, these surveys are expensive, yield data that rapidly goes out of date, and produce hard-to-understand results that leave managers rarely knowing how to take action.
So why do them at all? For the simple reason that their importance is indisputable. It’s the current approach most companies take that is not conducive to effectively running an employee engagement program.
In this guide we’ll discuss the problems of traditional annual surveys, the benefits of more frequent (and shorter) surveys, and how you can begin taking steps to implement a more successful engagement program in your organization.