Employee engagement has become increasingly mainstream in management thinking and employee research over the last decade. It proposes a mutually beneficial relationship between employer and employee – creating a win-win situation for both parties.
There is a lot of research that highlights some of the key benefits of engaged employees:
- Happiness and fulfilment
- Better performance
- Better results
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Explore some useful survey design tips from the expert at MRXplorer.com
As market researchers or those that are new to the field, we are always looking for much needed tips for better survey design with the ultimate goal of increasing respondent engagement and survey response rates.
Zontziry Johnson of MRXplorer.com, an expert in the field of survey design and market research, uses her blog as a way to discuss the evolution taking place in the market research industry with new technologies, evolving methodologies, and a growing field of DIY researchers. Zontziry recently discussed the fact that writing surveys is a difficult thing to do and has developed a series of blog posts with tips for writing better surveys (below). Take a look at her informative posts. Continue reading
Organizations need to start with employee satisfaction, but ultimately end with employee engagement
As mentioned in yesterday’s blog post, 4 Questions to Consider Before Investing in Employee Engagement, employee engagement is a hot topic amongst today’s organizations with a goal of improving performance. That intense interest is now evolving into deeper thinking about company culture. Organizations across the globe are measuring employee satisfaction, and seriously assessing what kind of workplace culture they want and need in order to obtain and retain customers.
The problem is many organizational leaders mistake workforce satisfaction with employee engagement. It’s not enough to measure just satisfaction and happiness. That’s just the start. Employees need the proper mix of satisfaction and engagement. Continue reading