How do I increase engagement within the workforce?

Engaged employees will always do their best for their employer and customers. Your free user guide shows you how to create a survey to measure and then increase employee engagement.

Here’s what’s inside the guide:

  • Start-to-finish guide to writing an employee engagement survey (page 4)

  • Recommended engagement survey questions (page 6)

  • Acting on your survey results – how to plan, develop, train and track (page 13)

  • Getting employees on board with your employee engagement project (page 8)

  • How to get high response rates from your staff (page 10)

  • The best ways of communicating the results of your survey (page 12)

Engaged staff are more likely to:

  • Be highly motivated and care about their work – engaged employees try 57% harder

  • Be more productive – engaged staff perform 80% better than disengaged colleagues

  • Be united towards meeting your organisation’s goals

  • Be flexible and adaptable

  • Speak positively about your organisation – 67% of engaged employees do so against 3% disengaged

  • Be customer focused – 70% of engaged employees have a good understanding of customer needs against 17% of non-engaged

  • Take fewer sick days per year – engaged employees in the UK take an average of 2.69 sick days per year; disengaged take 6.19

 

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Engaged employees will always do their best for their employer and customers. Your free user guide shows you how to create a survey to measure and then increase employee engagement.

Get the guide now by simply entering your email address below:

Here’s what’s inside the guide:

  • Start-to-finish guide to writing an employee engagement survey (page 4)

  • Recommended engagement survey questions (page 6)

  • Acting on your survey results – how to plan, develop, train and track (page 13)

  • Getting employees on board with your employee engagement project (page 8)

  • How to get high response rates from your staff (page 10)

  • The best ways of communicating the results of your survey (page 12)

Engaged staff are more likely to:

  • Be highly motivated and care about their work – engaged employees try 57% harder

  • Be more productive – engaged staff perform 80% better than disengaged colleagues

  • Be united towards meeting your organisation’s goals

  • Be flexible and adaptable

  • Speak positively about your organisation – 67% of engaged employees do so against 3% disengaged

  • Be customer focused – 70% of engaged employees have a good understanding of customer needs against 17% of non-engaged

  • Take fewer sick days per year – engaged employees in the UK take an average of 2.69 sick days per year; disengaged take 6.19

 

Enter your email address now to get your free guide and begin creating a fully engaged workforce.