Happy Job Methodology for Employee Engagement and Commitment Evaluation
Keywords:Employee engagement, organizational commitment, surveying methodology
Employee engagement and commitment are becoming increasingly important for business performance and are able to affect competitive advantage of a company directly. Thus, reliable evaluation of engagement and commitment is one of the primary HRM tasks nowadays. However, most of methodologies, used by HR specialist for engagement and commitment evaluation, are becoming obsolete. Moreover, despite the wide range of modern digital technologies and trends, the market still lacks the digital tool for optimized engagement evaluation surveys conduction. In this paper, the authors proposes the new methodology for engagement and commitment evaluation and describes the digital platform based on the proposed methodology.
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