When you start your business, you know everyone that works for you. Employee engagement is high.
Names, strengths, weaknesses, personalities, you name it. Now that you’ve grown into a bigger organization, it has become harder to keep track of employee engagement. This is where WLA comes in.
As a company grows, it becomes harder to track the daily needs and desires of each employee. Furthermore, it becomes harder to see how leaders are meeting those needs for your workforce.
Companies provide the key inputs for the employee experience. In return, employees provide effort, loyalty, and commitment. In other words, employee engagement. Knowing the gaps and limitations in the employee experience is critical. But what is your employee experience? This is where we come in.
What we do
As a partner to your organization, we seek to not only to identify engagement levels but to map out the workforce employee experience. Also, we monitor your employees’ lifecycles to examine employee engagement through the lens of your workforce.
There are only three measurements that tell you nearly everything you need to know about your organization’s overall performance. Employee engagement, customer satisfaction, and cash flow.Jack Welch, General Electric CEO
To do this, we run a series of controlled tests and surveys. Each survey was designed from a psychological lens using the latest research and findings. Through partnerships with industry-leading firms, we have access to the latest and most respected data-collection sources.
Then, the science comes in! Our team is trained in multiple forms of data-analysis. We know which metrics are most valuable and which are not. Through this, we determine which experiences are most likely to improve engagement.
Finally, we’ll work with you to make solutions that are tailored to your company’s culture. We recognize that not all companies are the same, and neither are the solutions.