An engagement survey can help you measure where your business stands.

Only about 16 percent of employees are “Fully Engaged,” and this number has not changed
much since our study in 2015. This means 84 percent of workers are just “Coming to Work”
instead of contributing all they could to their organizations.

ADP Research Institute – The global study of engagement (2019)

Why measure engagement?

The impact of engaged people

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More productivity

engaged people are happy people. They feel empowered, appreciated, and generally work harder.

Less staff turnover

If you are happy where you work, why would you leave? If your boss gives you regular feedback, you know where you stand.

Better company profits

Engaged staff will look after your customers better, and happy customers will spend more or put word-of-mouth out there.

how does MyBig5 increase employee engagement?


Workers who say they are on a team are 2.3 times more likely to be Fully Engaged than those who are not.

Trust in leadership

A worker is 12 times more likely to be Fully Engaged if he or she trusts the team leader.


knowing what is expected

When a leader can help team members feel clarity about expectations and communicate to them that their strengths are recognized and appreciated, these actions build trust, and a Fully Engaged team becomes more likely.

Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.

Richard Branson

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