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Most organizations that conduct employee engagement surveys leave value on the table. This is because measuring the level of employee engagement is not enough; an organization must also identify and take action on critical areas for change based on the survey’s results.
This research report will help you:
- Understand the benefits and drivers of employee engagement.
- Plan and conduct the employee engagement survey.
- Analyze and report engagement results to all stakeholders.
- Act on the results to make meaningful organizational change.
Don’t become another statistic – gain a better understanding of what effective employee engagement surveys can and should deliver, and how to carry them out.