2017 Employee Engagement Benchmark Report - Excerpt

We surveyed 35,000 employees who shared what keeps them motivated and doing the job they are paid for, from their relationship with their manager to the recognition they receive for the work they do.

This report excerpt will provide you with the common drivers of engagement, where to focus, and what to do with your survey data.


A guide for overcoming organizational growing pains

Is your organization growing? Use this tactical guide for aligning organizational vision with an enterprise talent management strategy for growing companies, as presented by Christine Song at the May #TorontoHR Meetup.


A framework for learning & development programs that drive performance

As presented by Tom Themelis at the April #TorontoHR meetup, leverage this tactical framework for implementing learning & development programs in your organization that drive performance - whether you have low budget or no budget.


#HRWins Report: The Ideal Employee Engagement Toolkit

1,600 employers agree:  it's time to help our managers be better managers

This #HRWins report by George LaRocque shares the survey results of 1,600 employers regarding their biggest pains about evaluating HR technology, how to use data to make change, and their perspective on company culture and employee engagement.

Download this report as your ideal employee engagement toolkit.



Are you using the right measurements for employees?

Benchmarks can be very helpful when interpreting results from your survey. However, not all benchmarks are appropriate or as useful as you may think.

Use this guide to ensure you're using the right measurements.

The data is in. Now what?

3 steps HR Managers should take in the next 90 days

So the survey results are in and you may be asking yourself: “Now what?” Well, the first thing to do is to take some time to really get to know your data.

Then use this eBook to help guide your next 90 days. 

From practitioner to strategic business leader

How the role of HR is driving business impact with executives and managers.

In the last 10 years we’ve seen a shift in the role HR plays within the enterprise. HR is transitioning from a largely tactical, administrative function to a more strategic role focused on creating value for the business.

Download this eBook to learn how you can drive impact on the big things that keep your CEO up at night - Customers, Productivity, Succession and Profit.

The complete eNPS Guide

Ever wanted to measure employee loyalty and reveal who your most ardent supporters are?

TemboStatus includes an Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) that you can attach to your baseline engagement survey or any pulse survey to get a sense of who your active detractors and promoters are. 

Download this guide to learn more about what eNPS is, how TemboStatus uses it, and why it matters.

7 keys to sharing bad news with employees

Nobody likes giving bad news, but shying away from it can cause more problems.

Confronting tough issues directly shows respect for others. Ignoring or minimizing negative information, however, can lead to resentment and a lack of trust.

Download the 7 key elements to delivering negative information to ensure you're communicating effectively.



5 questions NOT to ask employees

A primer for launching an employee engagement survey.

If you have decided to embark on an employee engagement program, one of the issues you are probably grappling with is what questions to ask. However, consideration should also be given to what NOT to ask.

Download our cheat sheet to discover 5 questions you should avoid and why.



8 critical steps after your engagement survey

An eBook on setting the groundwork for change.

Congratulations on completing your engagement survey. Now what?! In order to improve the likelihood that your change efforts will be successful, there are eight stages that should be followed.

Download our eBook for 8 tactical, practical measures as well as some pitfalls to avoid. 



The do's and don'ts of giving employee feedback

Providing feedback can be a critical part of motivating employees, opening lines of communication, and improving morale.

One of the most challenging tasks that managers face is providing feedback to their employees.  

This 5-point checklist will help ensure your communication is effective.



3 conditions to keep employee engagement soaring

So your organization is finding it difficult to keep employee engagement high?  Join the club.

It’s one of the most pressing issues in the corporate world, and it’s a problem that the majority of organizations are dealing with today.

Instead of focusing on fleeting engagement initiatives, companies should strive to create more powerful, lasting programs.



28 most popular exit interview questions to ask

Losing talent is expensive.

Exit interviews are conducted with departing employees to learn reasons for the person’s departure. They’re also an opportunity for the organization to enable transfer of knowledge and experience from the departing employee to a successor or replacement, or even to brief a team on current projects, issues and contacts.



How to whip your engagement program into shape

A gameplan for HR managers once your survey is closed.

Once the data is in, it may seem like HR’s role is largely complete.  Not true!  In fact, this is when much of the heavy lifting really begins.

Download this 4-step game plan for HR managers to get you started on improving your engagement.



When to use continuous pulse surveys

Employee engagement surveys are just the first chapter.

There's a ton of value in a more continuous approach to employee feedback, but there are some warning signs that you need to be mindful of if you're considering a "pulse only" approach to engagement.

8 stay interview questions to help reduce turnover

And 3 to completely avoid!

Everyone is familiar with exit interviews.  But have you considered conducting stay interviews?  While it’s important to understand why a person is leaving, it’s even more useful to understand what makes people stay. 



When to use open ended questions in your survey

The benefits and drawbacks.

When thinking about conducting an engagement survey, one thing to consider is whether or not to include open-ended items.

3 reasons to do an employee engagement survey

And one big warning!

There's a lot of talk about employee engagement and many organizations do an annual survey, but you may be asking, "why should I do a survey?"



Are you driving employee engagement?

We can help you get there.

Employee participation and performance leads to profits, as demonstrated by companies with high levels of engagement. What follows is our roadmap to help your organization join their ranks.