3 ways to get the most out of your employee feedback
The dramatic shift to remote, distributed teams has made keeping a pulse on employee feedback, engagement and satisfaction much harder.
By Keith Kitani|August 24, 2020 at 10:01 AM
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Gathering employee feedback has been a critical part of ensuring a positive and engaging employee experience for years. And, there’s even solid evidence that shows a direct correlation between feedback and engagement: 59% of employees feel engaged when their employer asks for feedback, compared to just 49% engagement among those whose employers don’t ask.
This is especially critical during times of uncertainty and rapid change—which, thanks to a global pandemic, seems to be the universal condition for the foreseeable future. Now more than ever, companies need to cultivate connection between the organization and employees in order to successfully navigate the uncharted waters we’re all facing.
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