60% of participating organizations said that employee engagement is part of business planning and not an ad hoc initiative. Yet, only 3% of participants said that their employees are actively engaged.
Presently, more than half of the participating organizations continue to rely on the age-old practice of annual surveys to measure employee engagement.
For more than 40% of organizations, employee engagement is a means to attract and retain quality talent.
All participating organizations reported having seen benefits of employee engagement, with almost 50% seeing an improvement in employee satisfaction and productivity.
More than 40% of the organizations said the biggest reason why their hybrid employee engagement initiatives are failing is because of a shortage of people who can devote time to employee engagement.