Learn how to construct formal employee engagement processes, such as surveys, that are measurable and supported by formal representative bodies. Knowing a formal representative body supports actions on suggestions made in engagement surveys will help employees feel confident in raising concerns and that actions will be taken.
- We know it's important to have engaged employees. … So what happens when employees are truly engaged? … Well the truth is engagement can drive influence … and change that benefits both employer and employee. … With a workplace in the hundreds or larger in the thousands … it is often hard to know what people think … about their current job and what might make a difference … to the way people apply themselves to their work. … This we call employee engagement. … Employee engagement surveys are now used … in most companies and help employers understand … how much people are satisfied, engaged … or even frustrated by the conditions of their work. … Employee engagement surveys are anonymous … measured responses to a range of questions like, … "How proud are you to work here? … "Are you having regular performance … "and review conversations with your manager? … "And what could we do to improve things … "so you could help the company succeed?" … This gives employers key information … about how people feel and what could be done …
Note: This course is the first in a LinkedIn Learning series aligned with the “People Practice” core knowledge area of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).