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Benchmarking Data for Employee Engagement
The full and original article was published on Survey Monkey
Maybe you’ve already sent the employee engagement survey to your employees. Or perhaps you’re planning on sending out the survey this year. But you need context to understand what your survey results really mean? If 67% of your employees say they’re inspired to meet their goals at work, how do you know whether that’s good or bad?
Knowing where you stand—and creating goals from there—takes perspective. Although “only” 67% of your employees say they’re inspired to meet their goals, you’d feel pretty good about it if you knew you were in the in the 99th percentile. We’re creating external benchmarks to help you get this deeper level of understanding.
Over the past year, hundreds of organisations across the country have used our Employee Engagement Survey Template to assess employee engagement to make informed decisions.
Here’s a peek at some of the data we’ve collected from the Employee Engagement Survey:
Did you know that only 54% of employees agree or strongly agree that they are inspired to meet their goals at work?
Where does your organisation stand? Download our employee benchmarking report today to see more results–and start setting smarter goals for your organisation. Or see all the ways you can compare your survey data with other organisations with SurveyMonkey Benchmarks.
Credit: The full and original article was published on Survey Monkey
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