Understanding employee engagement is more important than ever as people around the world are forced to work from home as well as dealing with other impacts caused by COVID-19 on their working lives.
International organizations within the not-for-profit sector have their own unique challenges when it comes to employee engagement. International organizations often find their employees are engaged with their mission, but whether employees would recommend working at their organization provides much more discriminating results.
During this lockdown period where charities and not-for-profit organizations are facing one of their most challenging periods in their history we thought we would share some key questions for international organizations to ask themselves in relation to getting the most out of their employee engagement surveys.
Do these key questions resonate with your experience of employee engagement in international organizations?
Recent research that we undertook in partnership with the Association for Human Resources Management (AHRMIO) highlighted 10 key questions to consider when investigating your organization’s employee engagement.
How do these questions compare with your engagement survey practices?
Engagement surveys are not a ‘magic wand’ which will transform employee engagement in international organizations overnight.
Our experience is that when leaders and managers listen and engage with the results, they can be a powerful catalyst for change, and a way of building a more positive and progressive culture so that their organizations can make the greatest impact.
You can download the full ‘Employee Engagement in International Organizations: Challenges and Differences’ report here.