Employee Research

Engaged and committed employees are more productive and add more value to your organisation.

An organisation's people are its greatest asset and a source of competitive advantage. Competition for talented people and the cost of acquiring them is escalating. It is good sense to understand your employees: to engage and retain them, rather than replace them.

The Right Group are specialists in employee research, helping you to find the best ways to attract, engage, motivate and retain talent in a competitive environment. 

Why employee engagement matters?

70% of business leaders agree that employee engagement is critical to achieving business objectives1, and they’re right! Studies have shown that highly engaged employees perform 20% better and are 87% less likely to leave the organisation2. Being able to measure and monitor employee engagement, as well as its critical drivers, can directly impact an organisation’s bottom line. Conducting an employee satisfaction survey can help you identify these issues.

 

Employee Research

 

The Right Group is a specialist in employee research & employee surveys

Our employee research and surveys are proven to identify key organisational issues holistically in any organisation. We partner with you, customising our employee surveys to meet your needs cost effectively. We cut through the data to make actionable recommendations that help you achieve real results. In addition, our expertise in the resources sector enables us to customise our research solutions to the Fly-In-Fly-Out (FIFO) environment.

By partnering with The Right Group on your employee research, you will benefit from our depth of experience and expertise and our ability to drill down to key issues facing your organisation.

Our employee research services include:

  1. Employee Engagement Surveys

  2. Company Culture Mapping

  3. FIFO Surveys

  4. Employee Focus Groups

  5. Management Interviews

  6. Pulse Surveys


Talk to our team to discuss how we can assist your business.
 

Based on 2011 Corporate Leadership Council HR Engagement Research Survey

Based on employee engagement research by N. Lockwood for the Society of Human Resource Management

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