Energage is a Certified B Corporation that helps organizations measure, shape, and showcase their culture to build a sustainable competitive advantage. Through its fully unified SaaS platform, plus support and professional services, Energage customers are successfully recruiting and retaining the right talent for their organization by building, maintaining and branding their unique culture. Having launched the industry’s first employee engagement survey 14 years ago, Energage draws on the employee feedback collected through the leading employer recognition program – Top Workplaces -- to maintain the industry’s most robust workplace culture benchmarks.

Using Pulse Surveys to Make Informed Decisions in Times of Change

by | March 19, 2020

What’s the most efficient way to solicit employee feedback during times of change? We recently sat down with Doug Claffey, Energage Founder, to discuss how pulse surveys can help you to make informed decisions, quickly and with confidence.

The Quickstart Guide to Remote Team Working

by | March 18, 2020

A remote workforce is part of the “new normal.” Here are some of the practices we’ve recently put into place to protect productivity, keep open the lines of communication, and maintain connection.

Improving the Patient Experience Through Employee Engagement

by | March 12, 2020 | Employee Engagement, Healthcare

Insights from the Energage Research Desk

Healthcare employees who are passionate about their work deliver better clinical outcomes in terms of patient satisfaction. To better understand why, we tapped into our healthcare dataset to pinpoint the key culture drivers that lead to higher engagement in the industry.

Five Best Practices of Employer Branding

by | March 10, 2020

Nowadays, it’s easier than ever for job seekers to take a peek at your organization before they ever set foot through your front door. That means the game of scouting for talent has changed. Completely.

Six Common Employee Engagement Survey Pitfalls

by | February 21, 2020 | Survey

A lot goes into carrying out a successful employee engagement survey, and it’s easy to make mistakes along the way. Here are the six most common survey problems.