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Engaged employees are those who wholeheartedly give discretionary effort to help the organisation succeed. Companies who invest in their employee engagement enjoy lower absenteeism, increased staff retention, better sales, greater productivity and profitability.
To significantly increase levels of employee engagement you must first understand the passions, motivations and expectations of every employee. We use the Harrison Assessment Employee Engagement Survey which measures both group and individual engagement and is based on the assumption that engagement is a shared responsibility between the employee and the organisation. It analyses expectations and related behaviours in eight areas: Development Opportunities, Appreciation, Remuneration, Communication, Authority, Personal, Social, and work-life balance.
Individual Engagement and Retention Analysis - This report assists managers by providing easy to understand graphs and narratives that will help to better engage an employee or potential hire.
Team Engagement and Retention Analysis - This is an advanced report designed to analyse the engagement and retention factors of a group.
Analyse your organisation's engagement levels and receive an in-depth engagement report which details the engagement pulse of your organisation including:
For 2019 we are offering a 50% discount on our Team Engagement and Retention Analysis Report. Contact us today to talk about your needs!
“"Working with P3 and the training programs has proved to be successful for our company. Our employees have bought into the programs and the training provided and I saw some immediate results from both our supervisors and management teams. P3 have been in regular communication with our company to ensure the training helps achieve our goals and they have been very adaptable when it comes to accommodating our busy work schedule."”
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What words pop into your head as being the most significant for 2019? Obviously ‘Brexit’ will feature high up on that list. Perhaps ‘change’, ‘unrest’ and ‘rethink’ come to mind too. Last year;
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