Increase Employee Engagement with Actionable Survey Insights
Ever get the feeling that something’s “not quite right” with your employee engagement, but unsure where to take action? Don’t leave the future of your culture to a simple “gut check.” You might temporarily improve employee satisfaction by giving your workers better pay and perks, but you can’t truly increase employee engagement unless you measure it first.
By pinpointing the most crucial areas of improvement through objective, psychometrically valid survey data from Emplify, you’ll be able to diagnose and solve your engagement problems for the ideal culture you’ve been waiting for.
You can’t improve what you can’t measure. Emplify makes it easy to gather the actionable insights you need by handling everything for you—from survey delivery (via email and SMS) and confidentiality to analysis and strategy. Easy to complete in just seven minutes or less, Emplify customers enjoy an 85% average response rate across annual, quarterly, and pulse surveys for a continuum of actionable insights you can receive in days, not months.
Dig Deep for the Insights You Need to Take Action
We believe in going straight to the source of the problem to increase employee engagement. That’s why Emplify survey questions are based on actual psychological conditions and 14 underlying drivers of engagement to give you the most valid results that pinpoint areas for improvement with segmented data like:
Role type (tenure, seniority level)
Location (branch, county)
Department (division, team)
Solve Cultural Challenges with a Dedicated Engagement Expert
Survey data alone won’t help you increase employee engagement. At Emplify, we continually check in and hold you accountable for making continued improvements through:
A built-in engagement expert and quarterly check-ins to help you act in the moment
A playbook of proven best practices and 100+ follow-up questions to help you understand and drive deeper engagement
Guidance and accountability to deliver on the hard truths your leadership team won’t tell you