Employee Engagement

Employee engagement, how do you increase it? Improve employee wellbeing based on the feedback you receive from them. Fully automatic and continuous. Try it yourself!


Want to know everything about employee engagement?

Then you’ve come to the right place! Below you will find all information about what employee engagement means and many tips on how to measure and improve it. And what tools do you need to put this into practice. Motivate and activate your employees continuously!


Meten en verhogen van Medewerkers­betrokkenheid

Zitten medewerkers goed in hun vel? Gaan ze iedere dag vol energie aan de slag? Met dit e-book geven we je inzichten en handvaten om de betrokkenheid en de klantgerichtheid van je organisatiecultuur continu te verbeteren.

Why are engaged employees important?

Organizations with a high employee engagement that know exactly how to charge the battery of their employees have a big advantage. They know how to attract and retain talent, motivate employees, which increases productivity and reduces absenteeism. And all of this also has a positive impact on customer satisfaction. You can no longer manage with secondary conditions such as a good salary, pension and bonuses. Employees are increasingly motivated by self-development, delivering ever better performance and contributing to a ‘higher’ goal. That’s what energizes them and keeps them loyal to companies that drive employee engagement.

18% are ‘actively not involved’ and 67% are ‘not involved’

According to the Gallup “State of the Global Workplace” report, employee engagement worldwide is very low, at just 15%.

Books such as ‘Flow’ by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and ‘Drive’ by Daniel Pink are based on many studies in the field of positive psychology and its influence on the work ethic of your employees and the organizational culture. They argue that intrinsic motivation and a healthy company culture are the biggest factors to get into the ‘flow’ and give a ‘drive’ to your employees, which increases employee involvement in your organization.