Your organization’s employer brand and value proposition might not be the first thing you think of when running an employee engagement survey. And, arguably, it shouldn’t be. But that doesn’t mean that the data and insights you gain from the process can’t also serve a dual purpose and inform how you position yourself as a great place to work. After all, your results highlight unique aspects of your culture and work environment straight from the source – your people.
Many employees are asked to fill out engagement surveys, but they aren’t often asked what engagement really means to them. As part of an ongoing effort to focus on and improve the experience of their workforce, Border States Electric (BSE) has stepped back to fully understand this important perspective.
As I approach my senior year at the University of Colorado Boulder, the thrill and anticipation of the next chapter of my life begins to unfold. Interning at Newmeasures this summer was an experience that … Read More
When it comes to communicating with employees about commitment to keeping the best talent, what is the tune of your organization?: Good riddance. (Green Day) You can’t always get what you want, but sometimes, you … Read More
As Human Resource professionals know all too well, employee engagement surveys face the danger of being seen as a check-the-box, HR initiative. However, when done right, feedback from engagement surveys can have a major impact … Read More
Mile High SHRM is always a great opportunity to connect with our clients and learn from other thought leaders. What stood out for me this year was a theme around the importance of curiosity, which … Read More