Employee Experience Assessment: Culture + Engagement
Corporate Culture is one of the most important contributing factors to how effective an organization can be. Its impact on productivity, employee engagement, customer experience, and profitability are boundless. Beyond that, it's just more enjoyable to work in an environment that has focus and purpose.
Culture and Engagement are different, but undeniably linked. Culture is the collective set of behaviors and expectations, while employee engagement is seen in the energy, productivity, motivation, and focus of individuals.
With Seapine's Employee Experience Assessment, we gather an understanding of existing culture and engagement, partner with you to uncover the ideal state, and provide prioritized recommendations to make improvements around talent, structure, management, systems, and processes. You get a better understanding of where you are and prescriptive steps on how to get to where you want to be.
Every organization should invest in the understanding and development of their culture.
Organizations typically conduct an Employee Experience Assessment when there are negative symptoms or during periods of growth or rapid change (see Defining the new normal post COVID-19 on the Seapine Blog). However, organizations should conduct an Employee Experience Assessment even if none of these apply. When things are going well, a healthy check-up will allow you to seek feedback and improve further before an issue begins to hold you back.
That said, an Employee Experience Assessment is in urgent need for organizations that are going through any of these:
M&A - Roll-ups or split-offs
Low moral and engagement
High absenteeism and turnover
Shift in business strategy
Change in leadership