HR Connections Michigan 2016 - (Page 12)

Engagement Survey vs. Satisfaction Survey A By Roni Pittiglio, Director of Human Resources, Credential Check Corporation s HR practitioners, we all know that engaged employees-those that take pride in their work and are committed to the organization and its goals-are the X-factor that lead to significant increases in quality, productivity, customer service and increased sales and profit. Raising the level of engagement in our employees actually encompasses all we do-every day. From conducting training sessions to ensuring the Blue Cross bill is paid on time so benefits don't get cut off, it all rolls up and affects employee engagement. But we don't go in alone. Every employee, manager, director, VP, and C-Suite executive plays a role. HR educates, encourages 12 2016 MISHRM State Conference * Oct. 12-14 and assists all employees, and together we raise the bar. Measuring employee engagement is the first step in understanding and increasing engagement in your employees. But understand that not all surveys are created equal, and there is a difference between a satisfied and an engaged employee. An employee can be satisfied (happy) with his work and with the company he works for, but not be engaged. An engaged employee has an emotional connection to the work and the organization. An engaged employee will go the extra mile without complaint because they want to do their job well, they understand how their All information including registration is online at:

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of HR Connections Michigan 2016

Welcome Message
Save the Date – “THE FUTURE OF HR IS NOW”
This is THE PAGE!
Want More “On-Fire Employees?”
‘Reskill’ of HR Teams Starts with Senior Leadership Development
Engagement Survey vs. Satisfaction Survey
Unlawful Employee Handbook Provisions
Absenteeism in the Workplace: 7 Ways to Resolve this Bottom Line Killer
Index of Advertisers/

HR Connections Michigan 2016