Attract, Retain And Engage Your Employees
The employee experience is the sum of perceptions employees have about their interactions with the organization in which they work.
The employee experience is the operating environment for your people.
If this environment is properly structured, it will attract, retain, and engage your employees. The employee experience is governed by three categories or “contracts” that impact the way an individual thinks, feels, and performs.
- The Brand Contract
- The Transactional Contract
- The Psychological Contract
Bringing Hearts, Spirits, Minds, and Hands To Our Work.
Engagement goes beyond satisfaction.
The elements of employee satisfaction such as pay, benefits, and company perks may help with recruiting and retention, but don’t motivate employees to do their best work.
Employee Engagement occurs when we find Meaning, Autonomy, Growth, Impact, and Connection–MAGIC–in what we do.
The DecisionWise MAGIC Model of employee engagement stems from two decades of research, gathering and analyzing feedback from tens of millions of employee engagement survey responses in over 70 countries.
As an employee engagement survey vendor, we show you which elements are driving engagement in your organization, where they’re missing, and what to do about it.
Employee Value Proposition
What is an Employee Value Proposition (EVP)?
An employee value proposition (EVP) is the collection of benefits an employee receives from an organization in exchange for the employee’s work. It is what the organization gives the employee in exchange for their performance and productivity. It is broader than pay and benefits. It incorporates every aspect of the employment experience from an organization’s mission, purpose and values, to its job, culture, people and of course, career and development opportunities. An EVP answers these questions:
- What does it take to attract the right people?
- What does it take to motivate your people?
- What does it take to retain these people?
- What is your company’s brand?
Who Am I? Help Your Team Answer That.
Like a fingerprint, each human being has his individual motivation profile that shows information on the expression of the 16 basic desires.
The Reiss Motivation Profile (RMP) is a concrete, detailed image of a person’s individual basic desires, motives, and values which profoundly affect their employee engagement. When you know your
When you know your employee’s basic desires, it is possible to develop true value-based happiness and improve their performance in business as well as in many areas of life.
Leaders Need Feedback.
Having a “360-Degree Feedback System” is a development process that provides a safe environment for a leader to receive candid feedback from peers, supervisors, subordinates, and other individuals.
This process will help take your leaders to new heights and allow them to grow as individuals — therefore accelerating your company’s growth.
Customizable, Research-Based, Valid Survey Tools That Help You Grow
Gather employee feedback for individual leaders, teams, and the entire organization using a variety of research-based survey tools.
- Employee Value Proposition Survey
- Organizational Culture Survey
- Employee Satisfaction Survey
- Pulse Surveys
- Employee Exit Surveys
- Team Magic Assessments