Measuring Employee EngagementPosted in : HR Updates on 18 October 2021
Research indicates that highly engaged workforces significantly outperform their peers, yet worryingly most are not engaged. If this is the case, how do we know whether or not this applies to our own organisation? Whether you’re at the start of your employee engagement journey or have a robust engagement strategy already embedded, it is essential that there are baseline metrics in place from which we can measure the return on investment on any engagement interventions undertaken. But what are the most relevant KPIs that we need to measure against to indicate how happy, engaged and productive our employees are?
Measuring employee engagement isn’t just about creating and deploying an
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