What Engaged And Disengaged Companies Do Differently

When there’s something you want to improve about your organization and its workforce, it’s only natural to look to the companies that are doing it right. And when it comes to employee feedback, that means looking to today’s most highly engaged companies.

The info-graphic below — created by Quantum Workplace, a company dedicated to providing every organization with quality engagement tools that guide their next step in making work better every day — narrows in on what engaged and disengaged companies do differently when it comes to one of the most important aspects of employee engagement: feedback. Some highlights include:

  • Employee engagement is important to leadership at 90 percent of highly engaged companies, compared to only 20 percent of disengaged companies.
  • Employee engagement is a year-round initiative for 78 percent of highly engaged companies, compared to only 30 percent of disengaged companies.
  • Disengaged companies are 15 times more likely to never have administered an employee survey, compared to highly engaged companies.
  • Highly engaged companies report seeing a higher percent of employees participating in their employee surveys (60 percent vs. 20 percent).

Check out the full info-graphic below to find out the main communication differences between engaged and disengaged companies — and what it means for your organization.

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