Employee
Engagement

Set up a best in class employee engagement program with Rhabit.

Recent findings from Gallup show that teams with high employee engagement show 21% greater profitability. This comes as no surprise — you can see the connection clearly in successful companies with thriving cultures. Their retention rates are higher, they have fewer absences, their people are more productive, and their bottom lines reflect it.

As a people leader, you know all this – but maybe you’ve never been able to prove it. You’ve never had consistent data across your entire organization, ready to be segmented by location, gender, role, career level, etc. – and trended over time. Helping you prove what’s working and what’s not so that you can recommend the strategic adjustments that will push your organization forward.

That’s where we come in.

Begin by measuring what you value on an ongoing basis.

Have a set of strategic objectives? A set of core company values?

Let’s take those – or identify a few good looking ones from Rhabit’s library of feedback cards – and break each one up into a few specific and observable behaviors.

 

In this example, we’ve broken up a core value like “Innovation” into 3 observable behaviors.

Then, let’s give your employees a fast, fun, and lightweight way to give ongoing feedback on how well their colleagues and company are performing on each behavior.

Rhabit’s employee engagement software mixes up the questions frequently so the feedback process doesn’t get boring.  #NoSurveyFatigueAllowed

Then, see your data trended over time with Rhabit's employee engagement dashboards.

As the weeks pass, Rhabit funnels all of your employees’ ongoing feedback data into modern, beautiful dashboards.

Which means you now have objective and consistent engagement and performance data trended over time.

Combined with your knowledge of the external factors that have impacted your organization over the same timeframe, you can begin to tell the full story of your organization.

Review Habit data by Team, diving in to each one to understand strengths and opportunities.

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Clicking on DC Technology, for instance, tells us that team members in the DC office feel their opportunities for growth have remained consistent since at least October. Still, their engagement scores have been dropping since late February.

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By hovering over the lowest scores, you can see which specific employee perceptions are pulling down the engagement scores – so that you know what to do to pull them back up.

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Dive deeper with advanced segmentation.

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Uncover engagement scores by gender, job role, location, team, etc., so that you can answer questions like: How have your D&I trainings influenced your office cultures across locations? Is your New York office adjusting well to the recent acquisition?
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You can even see the results for individual statements and how they’ve changed over time.

Share the results in a way that is accessible and actionable.

With this kind of longitudinal data, you can elevate action plans and strategic people conversations with executive leadership.

Balance the politics and emotions of succession planning with objective data.

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It can be hard to be engaged when you can't connect your daily efforts to your company's strategic priorities.

For many employees, there is a disconnect between their day-to-day work and the higher level company values and strategic objectives they were taught during onboarding. When your company’s values and strategic objectives aren’t consistently reinforced nor used as the measuring sticks for performance, it’s only natural for employees to disengage from them and align to something else entirely.

With Rhabit, they are consistently reminded of the habits and specific behaviors that your company prioritizes.

Week after week, month after month, your employees rate their peers, managers, and organization, on your company’s specific goals and values.
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They also receive weekly updates of their own scores for each habit on their individual performance dashboards.

From onboarding to exit, weekly participation with Rhabit instills and reinforces the specific behaviors your company expects, supports, and rewards – giving employees clear and precise opportunities to engage in a way they know will be mutually beneficial.

Have a path ready for those who are ready
to engage more deeply.

As employees become comfortable with the platform, a natural next step for them to engage is to explore Rhabit’s Objectives feature. 

Here, they can build standalone Objectives, or even choose to attach an Objective to a parent Objective.

This opens up possibilities for organization-wide tracking of Goals & OKRs.

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This means that with Rhabit, you can provide each and every employee with a clear line of sight between their daily efforts and the overall strategy of the organization.

In doing so, employees are empowered to feel and become more engaged and connected to the company’s vision.

In these ways, Rhabit transforms your values and strategic objectives from a few trite words in a dusty, forgotten handbook to living, meaningful guiderails that facilitate organization-wide movement toward a common goal.

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