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Economical Insurance looks at engagement data to inspire customized strategy
By Louise Taylor Green
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 04/17/2017

A working assumption in HR is that a highly engaged workforce produces better results. We analyze engagement data by segment, develop glitzy enterprise-wide programs and, in some cases, push, pull or coerce line leaders into taking an ownership role in how engaged their employees are.

While there are undoubtedly key enablers, HR practitioners would agree there is no silver bullet around engagement. Even though HR has come a long way from the snapshot data produced in first-generation employee satisfaction surveys, it needs to make sure what is measured is tailored to what’s actually important in the organization.

Listening for engagement