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Much has been written about the significant declines in Employee Engagement levels as a result of the economic downturn, but little has been suggested about the gains that have been made in engagement for the past 3 years.  DecisionWise surveys close to 500,000 employees each year and has found that organizations are doing some things right and it is paying off.

For example, since 2007 favorable employee perceptions about how much recognition they receive has increased 22%.  Many of the organizations that we partner with have made recognition of employee achievements a priority, even during an economic downturn.  Other bright-spots include a 16% increase in employee perceptions of their team effectiveness, and a 16% rise in the number of employees who feel that their talents and abilities are being fully utilized in their current position.

These trends suggest that there are a number of organizations that are still focused on retaining and engaging their workforce.  Our trending research also shows that those organizations that use data from an employee engagement survey to capitalize on strengths while making changes see the greatest benefits from the process.

If you were to list the factors in your organization that are drivers of engagement, what would they be?

Related Webinar: The 3 Essential Components of Employee Engagement

Related Blog Post: Employee Satisfaction vs. Motivation and Employee Engagement

See a Sample Emplyee Engagement Survey and Report. DecisionWise-Employee-Engagement-SurveyThe Leadership Intelligence Employee Engagement survey is based on over 15 years of research with hundreds of companies. This survey accurately measures overall engagement as well as the drivers that contribute to it.

About Paul Warner

Paul is a leadership consultant and expert in the field of coaching, assessment, and organization change and development. Paul has a master's degree in industrial-organizational psychology, and a dual Ph.D. in clinical/industrial-organizational psychology. Paul is a widely respected facilitator for executive and management teams, as well as increasing employee engagement. View Bio

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