Employee engagement

in the engineering and construction industry

How does it compare to high-performing companies?

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Infographic: Employee engagement in the engineering and construction industry

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This Towers Watson infographic illustrates six key opportunities for engineering and construction companies to improve employee engagement. For more information, visit:
http://www.towerswatson.com/en/Insights/IC-Types/Survey-Research-Results/2011/02/The-Power-of-Three--Taking-Engagement-to-New-Heights

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Infographic: Employee engagement in the engineering and construction industry

  1. 1. Employee engagement in the engineering and construction industry How does it compare to high-performing companies? Six key opportunities for engineering and construction companies to improve engagement: 1 Non-monetary rewards and recognition Compared with employees from high-performing companies, almost 25% fewer engineering and construction employees view their non-monetary rewards favourably. 3 Performance review process Almost a quarter more employees from high-performing companies receive regular performance reviews that provide opportunities for personal development and career progression. 5 Management of poor performers Over 20% more people in the engineering and construction industry are critical of how performance is managed. 2 Communication High-performing companies communicate well with their people, with almost 20% more employees receiving messages through official channels rather than rumour. 4 Speed of idea to implementation Over 20% more employees in high-performing organisations believe they are quick to adapt to changes and move from idea to implementation. 6 Change management Change is the new normal for most companies. Almost 20% more employees in high-performing companies recognise that their organisation excels in managing, communicating and bringing people on their change journey. Did you know the engineering and construction industry is already outshining high-performing companies in some areas? Your employees believe:  Their skills are well utilised Your employees proudly contribute their skills and experience, so learning and development opportunities are key to talent retention.  They are motivated to go beyond formal job responsibilities Employees’ readiness to exert discretionary effort is a key contributor to organisational success.  The quality of their department’s work is excellent Engineering and construction employees place significant value on the quality of their work.  They are adequately involved in problem-solving Employees value being invited by supervisors to solve problems related to their work.

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