Levels of employee engagement may have increased in 40% of organisations over the past year but a total of 40% of organisations describe engagement levels as 'reasonable' at best, indicating there is room for improvement. XpertHR's survey considers the factors that help engage employees and identifies current trends in this area.
With 40% of organisations describing employee engagement levels as "reasonable" at best, there is a need for employers to consider how best to assess it at their organisation and adopt initiatives that could result in a more engaged workforce.
Good practice guidance discussing the steps that employers can take to monitor and manage labour turnover, including measuring and analysing employee turnover patterns to identify the range of initiatives that can be developed to address staff retention problems.
Good practice guidance discussing the steps that employers should follow to conduct an effective employee engagement survey, including deciding on the scope of the survey; designing the survey; how to encourage employees to respond to the survey; analysing the results of the survey; notifying employees about the results of the survey; and taking action to address the issues that the survey identifies.
The Quality of Working Life benchmarking tool has enabled the University of Huddersfield to demonstrate healthy wellbeing and stress levels among staff, improve working practices and encourage changes in HR to improve absence management.
A model employee attitude survey policy.
A model employee attitude survey form.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to attitude surveys.