Employee Engagement Data: Do you recommend your company?

One of the most common employee engagement survey questions is "I recommend this company as a great organization to work for."  So the employee engagement data below comes from a Leadership IQ survey of 20,216 people from various size organizations.  What you can see from the interactive chart is how organization size is related to employee engagement scores.

Do you recommend your company as a great organization to work for? See how employees from different size companies respond.

Posted by Mark Murphy on 14 August, 2015 Employee Engagement, Research | 0 comments
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