eNPS: measure the engagement of your employees
Employees who are thrilled to work for you, who put in the time and effort for your company: Isn’t that an employer's dream? That sense of engagement results in employees that are loyal to your organisation, who feel happy and eventually will endorse your organisation within their network. If you wish to measure this employee engagement, that’s when the employee Net Promotor Score (eNPS) comes in. This indicator shows a score that represents the degree to which employees would promote your organisation as a workplace and what they experience as positive or rather negative. You can use these insights to create an organisation full of ambassadors. But why are these ambassadors crucial for your company?
An inconvenient truth
A staggering 87% of all employees are not engaged or even disengaged. Many companies are experiencing a crisis of engagement and aren’t aware of it (Gallup). However, companies with highly engaged workforces outperform their peers by 147% in earnings per share. Studies have shown that companies with people that are engaged run twice the revenue and four times the profit compared to companies with non-engaged employees. In other words, happy employees make happy customers make happy shareholders. It’s that simple.
Free employee engagement survey
In the context of this worldwide challenge, we at Herculean launched our own Employee Engagement survey. Through Artificial Intelligence (AI) we aim to discover deeper insights to improve engagement. By resetting the checkpoint you’re heading in the right direction, straight to an engaged workforce.
• Are you curious about your own engagement score?
• Do you wish to know more about your teams’ engagement as an executive?
Fill out our engagement test to discover your personal score. It’s free and anonymous. You will also receive our whitepaper filled with tips & tricks. After completing the test, you can also create a group to measure eNPS within your team as a jumping-off point for your own journey towards more engagement.