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Energage

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.

Behind the Numbers

by | June 13, 2019 | Employee Engagement

Energage CEO Doug Claffey sits down with Dave Bookbinder on an episode of “Behind The Numbers” to discuss the impact of measuring engagement.

How to reduce flight risk and unwanted employee turnover

by | June 3, 2019

Employee turnover is costly and disruptive, especially when top performers leave your organization for a new opportunity. Let’s talk about how an intentional culture is your best insurance plan.

Should Your Employee Survey Be Anonymous?

by | May 2, 2019 | Employee Feedback, Survey

An employee engagement survey is the best way to know where your culture stands. But should it be anonymous? Here’s our answer.

10 Employee Satisfaction Survey Questions 2019

by | April 12, 2019 | Survey

Ensuring your employees are engaged at work is one of the best ways to keep your business running smoothly. If employees hate their working conditions, you’ll notice a decline in revenue and performance. And that might just be the first of many problems.

Employee Survey Results: Finding the Real Story in Your Data

by | February 7, 2019 | Survey

Meet Jack. He’s 20 and started working for your company eight months ago. It’s his first full-time job. His pay is low, but fair enough. He rents an apartment in the dingy student housing area of the city. Things don’t work all the time, but it’s what he can afford. He drives an old hand-me-down […]