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Tracking metrics consistently helps demonstrate clear benefits from investing in employee engagement over time, and can show if the things you are doing to increase engagement levels are having the desired impact or not.

In the following eBook, we identify which people and organisational metrics you should measure, and how you can link increasing employee engagement with improved business metrics.

Contents include:

– Why should you measure employee engagement and experience?
– What are the best ways to measure and track employee engagement and experience?

– What drivers of employee engagement and experience should you measure?

– Tracking the right people and organisational performance metrics

– Linking employee experience with improved business metrics

Authored by:

John Backhouse
Principal Consultant — Employee Experience, WorkBuzz

John joined WorkBuzz in 2021 to lead People Science and is the Principal Consultant to many of WorkBuzz’s key clients. John started his career as a Junior Researcher, working his way up through to Director and Head of Employee Research, and brings 25 years’ experience in employee listening, across both the public and private sectors.

Neil Hayward
Ex FTSE 100 HR Director, Executive Director and Board Advisor

Neil Hayward is a Non-Executive and Board Advisor with extensive FTSE 100 Group HR Director experience. Over the last 25 years, he has worked in a variety of different sectors – in the UK and Internationally – for organisations such as the Post Office, BT Pie, and the Ministry of Justice.