Some surveys ask employees how they feel - how motivated or engaged they are at work. Some ask about the factors that help or hinder their work. The Employee Effectiveness Survey (EES) is unique because it does both.
EES is a powerful, off-the-shelf tool, it helps you measure and analyze the level of engagement and enablement your employees are experiencing. It presents these comprehensive finding in a clear, organization-wide report and it shows how engagement and enablement level vary across the organization.
The results from the EES will give you the critical information you need to identify the factors preventing employees from performing at their best. And by addressing these barriers to performance, your organization can then create a more positive environment, which leads to quantifiable business improvement.
Our world-class clients ask themselves two questions:
The demands inherent in working across boundaries have made traditional operating models and rigid, bureaucratic business structures obsolete. At Hay Group, we work with clients to understand the challenges and create innovative approaches that reduce time to market, increase speed of response and channel innovative ideas more effectively throughout the enterprise, not just in R&D.
We apply our expertise to multiple levels of the organization: vision, business and inter-relationships between levels. We build collaborative capability at each of these levels and, in addition, we assess where breakdown occur across boundaries.
Both formal organizational design features and informal cultural influences impact the ability to build the collaborative potential of the organization. Other constraints, such as limited time, information, tools, experience and so on also have an impact. Hay Group works towards building collaborative solutions based on shared values, connected structures and work practices that make effective collaboration possible at every point.
By focusing on the bottom-line value of our work, we help clients improve their organizational fitness in practical ways, introducing cross-functional working; removing layers of rigid and expensive hierarchy; and clarifying roles, work flow and accountabilities across the enterprise.