Employee Engagement Measurement and Analytics: Implementing Insights to Drive Business Results

Why is Employee Engagement So Important?

Unhappy workers cost money. In the U.S., the cost of poor employee engagement is between $450 and $550 billion in lost productivity each year. In the UK, that cost is £60 billion per year.

Organizations with engaged employees outperform and thus, a focus on improving employee engagement holds promise for the future. Work units that score in the top quartile for employee engagement outperform those that score in the bottom quartile, and have double the odds of
success.

In order to aid organizations in achieving outperformance and valuable business outcomes, this report will address the definition, measurement, and analysis of employee engagement.

This white paper will cover:

  • The impact of broader workforce trends, such as contingent workers, on employee engagement
  • Six employee engagement measurement approaches
  • What insights to watch for in your analysis of engagement data
  • A comprehensive guide of employee engagement vendors

Download the white paper to discover how to measure and analyze employee engagement.