Once you’ve made the decision to improve employee engagement at your organization, you’ll probably find that you’re facing a long list of questions. You’re not alone — we get a lot of questions from our clients at every stage of the process. We love to get them, because it means our clients are committed to making change at their organizations.
What does “employee engagement” really mean? It’s a big question, and at this year’s HR Tech conference, I learned there are as many answers as there are organizations asking it. I started working at Talmetrix as an intern this summer. After a few months helping the team here fine-tune the Talmetrix employee engagement platform, working with customers to define and improve engagement,
Company leaders sometimes think an employee engagement initiative has to be a huge undertaking, with new programs and efforts to move the needle. While big gestures are important, don’t discount the little things, because they can be just as effective in building a culture of engagement at your organization. The Power of a Name When I worked as an HR