Officevibe helps you measure Engagement through what we call the 10 Key Metrics of Engagement, factors that we've identified based on decades on studies have the highest impact on the Engagement of your employees and are backed by organizational development theories and endorsed by globally renowned thought leaders such as Deloitte, Gallup, Aon and more. The 10 Key Metrics are presented below.
The Recognition Metric represents both the quality and the frequency of recognition employees receive.
The Feedback Metric represents both the quality and the frequency of feedback that employees receive, as well as the consideration of their opinions and suggestions by the organization.
The Happiness Metric represents the employees' level of happiness at work and their satisfaction with their work-life balance.
The Personal Growth Metric represents the level of autonomy employees have, whether or not they’re improving their skills and if they believe in the bigger purpose of their role.
The Satisfaction Metric represents how satisfied employees are with their compensation and benefits, their role inside the organization, as well as their overall work environment.
The Wellness Metric represents the level of stress employees feel at work and how they perceive the organization's efforts towards promoting healthy life habits.
The Ambassadorship Metric represents the level of pride employees have towards the organization and if they would recommend their place of work to other people.
The Relationship with Manager Metric represents trust, communication and collaboration between employees and their direct manager.
The Relationship with Peers Metric represents trust, communication and collaboration between peers.
The Company Alignment Metric represents how employees align themselves within the organization’s vision, mission and values, as well as what they think about the organization’s commitment towards Ethics & Social Responsibility.
For a more in-depth look on our Metrics, Sub-metrics and to view some sample questions, take a look at the attached document.