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Engaging employees for better business - how to keep remote employees focussed on success
Director, Employee Feedback
Being a remote employee can often be tough work, with many distractions. Chris McGivern explains how to track employee engagement day to day, making sure that any problems are dealt with quickly and effectively.
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Employee Feedback focusses not only on surveying employees' attitudes to specific issues, but on their day to day engagement with the organisation. Businesses can use this data to identify and fix issues long before they would appear on a traditional feedback form.
Chris McGivern has been working with employee surveys since 1980, when he set up his first company. He is a strong believer in the importance of long term surveys, working with clients before and after surveys are introduced to make sure all data is relevant to employees and managers and is correctly interpreted. The development of EngageMe allows employee engagement to be constantly tracked, creating much more timely results.
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Date updated: 06 Aug 2012, Date added: 25 Jul 2012