The degree to which an employee feels passionate about their work and committed to an organization can be measured as Employee Engagement. It is a key factor in the success of a business or organization as it is closely correlated with profitability, productivity, safety, absenteeism and turnover. BullseyeEngagement offers two tools for measuring the engagement of your team, Engagement Surveys and Pulse Surveys. Together in BullseyeEngagement's intuitive interface they form a powerful tool for assessing the engagement of your workforce.
An Engagement Survey is often conducted at specific points throughout a year and measures an employee's commitment, motivation, and sense of purpose and passion at work.
A Pulse Survey can be the ultimate tool for leadership in any company or organization. This survey is used to survey anything that would not be covered in a typical engagement survey and to quickly address issues or concerns before it's too late. Regularly asking employees for feedback increases engagement because they feel more invested in the success of the organization. Pulse Surveys also give leaders meaningful insights about how things are going within the organization at various touch points throughout the year.
What it comes down to is that there is no one singular thing that will tell you everything that you want to know at any given time. However, by collecting results from various surveys and analyzing the data, you can get a better view of the organization as a whole. Whether that means taking a monthly pulse survey and combining that with the broader data from an engagement survey, or using surveys ad-hoc, there are endless ways to use survey data for real time decision-making to make informed decisions for the future of your business. Survey data can open your eyes to risks that you could be facing in terms of attrition and any factors that you may not have considered without feedback from your employees.
Through the use of both engagement and pulse surveys as well as our other available solutions, we can help you get an overall better picture of your place of work and identify underlying issues. While these tools on their own will not give you all of the answers that you are looking for, they are a key component to any successful business that cares about not only their place of work, but also the individuals that work there. Those people at all levels, after all, are your most precious resource.