A review of 190,000 employees within Brand Integrity client organizations from 2011 – 2017 shows that 56% of employees are engaged, and just 9% are actively disengaged.
These numbers compare to Gallup’s most recent State of the American Workplace report, which states: “One-third of those employees are what Gallup calls engaged at work. They love their jobs and make their organization and America better every day. At the other end, 16% of employees are actively disengaged — they are miserable in the workplace and destroy what the most engaged employees build.”
Brand Integrity CEO, Gregg Lederman, believes that the company’s ability to help managers develop the habits required to create the right environment for employees to stay engaged is the difference maker.
“We know that managers are the key to creating a more engaged workforce,” he explains. “But, it’s not enough to just give them new technology. Leaders need to adopt new ways of behaving in order to influence employee engagement. At Brand Integrity we help them develop the necessary habits that will amplify the benefits of strategic recognition. And, it shows in the numbers.”
Brand Integrity works with its clients to raise the overall percentage of engaged employees which helps drive culture change. By leveraging the Brand Integrity software and approach/methodology, clients can link engagement and business outcomes, including higher job satisfaction, lower turnover rates and an improved bottom line.