At the heart of ORC International’s Employee Research approach, employee engagement helps organizations draw the most out of employee research data.
ORC International believe that integrating the employee engagement model into a research program gives organizations far greater levels of insight, helping to ensure a survey is more than just an exercise and can be used as a business improvement tool.
The engagement model
ORC International’s employee engagement model is the product of 25 years of experience and development. The robust, flexible and intuitive model has been successfully applied to a wide range of organizations in multiple sectors all around the world.
This approach provides clients with an unparalleled level of understanding and arms them with the information they need to take action on employee engagement issues.
What can it do?
Identify strengths and improvement opportunities at a macro and micro level
Focus on helping organizations to measure employee satisfaction and demonstrate the relationship between employee engagement and organizational success
Put results into context with ORC International’s extensive external benchmarking database, perspectives, Get detailed and practical insights from a variety of tools and statistical analysis techniques
Profile of an engaged employee:
Say (employee advocacy): speaking positively about the organization, its products/services and as an employer
Stay (employee commitment): the desire to be part of the organization and an alignment with the organizational goals
Strive (an employee’s discretionary effort): going above and beyond the call of duty to achieve success