Measurement Is the Key to Employee Engagement Success – New Study by HR.com’s HR Research Institute

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Organizations with successful employee engagement initiatives are significantly more likely to record and track metrics. An impressive 88% of these companies measure engagement, compared to just 44% of those with lower engagement. This underscores the crucial role of analytics and data-driven decision-making in fostering an engaged and productive workforce.

The full research report, HR.com’s State of Employee Productivity and Engagement 2024, is available for free download to provide critical insights and actionable strategies for human resources (HR) professionals looking to improve engagement and productivity levels. This study examines current trends, challenges, and best practices to provide a comprehensive overview of how leading companies are successfully fostering engagement and boosting productivity.

Further analysis shows 87% of organizations measure employee productivity, but no single metric is universally used. The most common method is tracking goal completion. For employers that find it difficult to measure productivity, using goal completion, even as an estimate, can help managers assess productivity trends effectively.

The top three methods for helping companies boost productivity include the following more traditional tools and technology:

document management and storage solutions (57%)

collaboration and communication tools (55%)

customer relationship management (47%)

“Management’s support for utilizing metrics, technology, and AI-powered tools is essential for achieving high levels of employee engagement and productivity,” stated Debbie McGrath, Chief Instigator and CEO of HR.com. “To fully capitalize on these tools, we must also train our people, including managers, to use them effectively.”

The full report, HR.com’s State of Employee Productivity and Engagement 2024, is available for download and provides actionable strategies and key takeaways to help understand and enhance employee engagement, driving productivity and business success.

The recording of the research presentation, Engagement in Action: From Data Insights to High-Performance Practices, is available for viewing 24/7 on demand.

About HR.com and the HR Research Institute

The HR Research Institute (HRRI) helps you keep your finger on the pulse of HR! Powered by HR.com, the world’s largest HR community, the HRRI identifies key trends and best practices to help more than 2 million HR professionals and their organizations make strategic decisions with informed and insightful research findings.

Among the most productive and respected HR research institutes globally, the HRRI publishes dozens of high-quality reports every year across a wide array of HR topics. HR.com’s free membership offers many benefits, including access to over 250 exclusive primary research, state-of-the-industry reports, and infographics. These resources are published based on surveys developed with the assistance of a panel of thought leaders and industry experts on the advisory boards. Visit hr.com/hrresearchinstitute to maximize your HR potential. #hrresearchinstitute

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