Employee commitment survey18-04-2013, by Lotte Slootmaekers Organisational commitment
Employee commitment allows an organisation to grow and become more competitive. It is a key variable in determining organisational performance.
Effectory International's employee survey shows you, in detail, how committed your employees are. More importantly, it shows you in what way your employees are committed:
- Affective commitment: employees want to fit into the company;
- Normative commitment: employees feel they cannot be missed;
- Continuance commitment: employees think they do not have a better alternative.
Naturally, you aim to have only employees with affective commitment, since this has a highly positive correlation to your organisational performance. And yet you also have employees with continuance commitment, who are present but do not perform. Crucially, without this breakdown it is possible for conventional assessments of commitment to miss the underlying situation by a wide margin.
Our survey will map out precisely how many negatively committed employees you have and where they are based, providing you the tools to make the required changes. You will be able to increase the number of affectively committed employees and positively influence your performance.
Moreover, we measure the level of employee engagement, employee motivation, employee loyalty, employee absenteeism and employee efficiency within your organisation.
We always show you how your results compare to our benchmarks, which clearly illustrates where you rank amongst your competitors.
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