Employee Engagement Survey
Employee Engagement is defined as a heightened emotional connection that an employee feels for his or her organisation that influences him or her to exert greater discretionary effort to his or her work. At least 50% of your employees (minimum sample) must participate in the Employee Engagement Survey. All participants will receive a comprehensive Employee Engagement report. The Employee Engagement Survey will help you to come up with action plans to deal with issues raised, address areas of concern and build on areas of strength.
Participating organisations will have their human resources practices audited using the Human Resources Management Practices Framework. The resultant HR practices rating will be used to calculate. A Human Resource Audit is a comprehensive method of objective and systematic verification of current practices, documentation, policies and procedures prevalent in the HR system of the organisation. An effective HR audit helps in identifying the need for improvement and enhancement of the HR function.
A panel of distinguished judges will evaluate the following:
- The process used to determine the Employee Engagement Score and its alignment to best practice.
- The process used to determine the Human Resources Management Practices Score and its alignment to best practice.
- Publicity around the company in the past 12 months.
- Corporate social responsibility activities of the company in the past 12 months.
- Financial performance for the company for last financial year.