Engaging employees to achieve their full potential
Studies leave no doubt about the link between employee engagement and business outcomes such as quality, retention, sales, productivity, customer satisfaction, and job satisfaction. The issues and factors that affect employee engagement ultimately affect your company’s profitability and bottom line.
Is your organization harnessing the full potential of its workforce? With CCI’s E3 Engagement Survey™ solutions, you will know for sure and have a data-guided plan to achieve higher engagement. We partner with organizations of all sizes to align our survey solutions with the client’s desired outcomes.
Organizations with a highly engaged workforce have:
CCI’s E3 Engagement Survey™ is based on extensive research and analysis, coupled with the work and theory of respected thought leaders in the field. Our methodology has been proven across industries, with surveys administered to over 25,000 participants in 16 countries and in multiple languages. We continually refine our model by analyzing our dataset to zero in on factors with the strongest correlation to employee engagement.
We work with clients to ensure a clear understanding of the survey data, the implications, and meaningful next steps. Clients have access to an interactive, online tool to filter and analyze the results. We also provide a comprehensive analysis of themes and trends. From the data, clients gain important insights about the level of employee engagement in their organization. CCI then helps the client launch a plan to build on strengths and address challenges.
The Four Factors of Engagement
Our E3 Engagement Survey™ measures four factors of engagement. Role clarity and work context are precursors that must be present before engagement can be created, while job satisfaction and organizational commitment are catalysts that drive active engagement.
Our Survey Offers:
- Functionality: Filter results by location, tenure, business unit, job classification, functional area, and engagement score, allowing for in-depth analysis.
- Customization: Incorporate specific questions into the survey, tailored to organizational needs.
- Versatility: Translate survey results to any language and administer the survey to meet the needs of the client (electronic, paper, kiosk, etc.).