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Employee Engagement Analysis – EEA

Improving Employee Engagement is more than doing a survey.

The process includes defining what drives employee engagement (a survey), conducting analysis and developing highly actionable recommendations based on best practices and turning plans in to action.

We will tailor our approach to what works for you as follows:

Survey InputsAnalysis and Recommendations
WMEP Customized EEA Survey
(with analysis and recommendations)
WMEP administers the customized WMEP EEA survey, analyzes data and makes recommendations based on best practices.
WMEP Standard EEA Survey
(with analysis and recommendations).
WMEP administers the standard WMEP EEA Survey, analyzes data and makes recommendations based on best practices.
Company has their own employee engagement
survey. Seeking an independent, confidential thirdparty for survey administration and analysis.
WMEP administers the client’s employee engagement survey, analyzes data and makes recommendations based on best practices.
Company has survey data from a previously
administered non-WMEP survey. Looking to turn survey data into action.
WMEP takes data from client survey, analyzes it and makes recommendations based on best practices.
WMEP Standard EEA Survey (non-customized,
w/o analysis and recommendations).
WMEP administers the survey and compiles the
results for your interpretation. No analysis or recommendations based on best practices.

The Employee Engagement Analysis -EEA tool is a diagnostic tool (which can be customized) that profiles the organization and overall across the following nine key employee engagement factors:

  • Leadership/Management
  • Vision/Values
  • Pay/Rewards
  • Employee Benefits
  • Communications
  • Work Environment
  • Teamwork
  • Career Development/Training
  • Customer Focus

The WMEP Employee Engagement Analysis – EEA is typically administered to all company employees via survey software. Once responses have been gathered, the results are validated through a facilitated session with employees. Results and recommendations are then reviewed with the Leadership Team.

EEA – benefits include:

  • A data driven, objective approach to employee engagement. Quantitative and qualitative response summaries and scores give you a complete view of employee engagement.
  • An Employee Engagement Report that defines Gap Identification and Prioritization.
  • Recommendations for Increasing Employee Engagement/Value Drivers.
  • Development of an EEA Gap Action Plan.
  • Improved Employee Engagement can provide a sustainable competitive advantage.

Download a printable information sheet on Employee Engagement Analysis.


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