Golden nuggets from October
Golden nuggets for employee engagement
In case you missed some, here’s a recap of our October blog posts. Have a look and see if there’s something you could learn.
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As traditional employee surveys are increasingly seen as outdated, modern approaches to measure employee engagement in real time are appearing.
Companies measure sales and financial metrics daily, or at least weekly or monthly.
What are the benefits to measure how employees feel at work – in real time?
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The short answer? Research shows that profits at one point in time are predicted by employees’ feelings about the company at earlier points in time.
By tapping into an ongoing People KPI you can take action in time to avoid problems in the future, and maximize sales and profits through higher employee engagement.
Your employees are the ones who can really make a difference by creating and maintaining customer satisfaction. Do you know how engaged and motivated your coworkers are today, this week or this month?
There’s a fair chance your customers are more clued in than your C-suite.
Research show that only 4% of companies have achieved the capability to perform “predictive analytics” about their employees.
Do your managers really know how their employees feel about their workdays?
Glassdoor recently challenged companies to have a look at their stats:
Is your company receiving more hits on your Glassdoor profile (company reviews provided by employees) or LinkedIn (content that your marketing team wrote)?
Comments left by your employees on Glassdoor can have a strong effect on current and future employees.