Building an employee engagement program isn’t easy — but it can pay off in many ways if done correctly. For example, a Hewitt study of 1,500 companies reported that in organizations where 60% to 70% of employees were engaged, there is an average of 27% higher shareholder return over companies without engaged employees.
How do you make a case for and build a program that gets results? Apart from stakeholder buy-in, it’s important to understand the landscape of offerings, how your current employees like to work, what they think is successful about the current process and more.
At Inspirus, we know many organizations have navigated this journey. We created this guide as a framework of who to engage, what to ask and how to proceed.