Something that’s pretty unique about our organization is the volume of employee feedback data we collect each year from employers across the world. Last year, we measured employee engagement and satisfaction for more than 6,000 organizations. That is a ton of in-depth data about employee attitudes. What’s even more interesting is that we collected much of that data as part of the assessment process for Best Places to Work programs. Why should that catch your attention? Because it means that, armed with one of our Benchmark Reports, you can compare your own employee data and employer practices to those of some of the most competitive organizations in the marketplace. What would you do with that data? Identify the gap between your current station and excellence? Develop a data-driven communication strategy when recruiting talent? Consider throwing your own hat in the ring to compete for such a title?
Learn What Sets the Best Apart
Having access to this vast database means that oftentimes you can benchmark results from the specific location or industry that is most relevant to your organization. For example, if you want to to see data for New York state, we could produce a sizable report. New York City? Absolutely. Just Manufacturers? Sure thing.
The thing to keep in mind when you’re reviewing one of our Benchmark Reports is that you’re not looking at averages in the U.S. (or elsewhere), you’re looking at data collected from employers who thought they had what it took to be named one of the Best Places to Work in their class. And these folks – even those who didn’t make their list – are way above average.
If you want to compare your own levels of employee satisfaction and engagement to the best of the best, you’ll need one of our Benchmark Reports.
Choose the Best Data Set For Your Comparison
Do you want to compare your data to your geography or industry? Let us help you decide. Do you compete locally for talent? Go with geography. Do you compete nationally? Focus on your industry. Is your industry unique in its employment trends, do you think? Then get an industry Benchmark Report.
In addition to location and industry, we also offer Benchmark Reports for each one of the Best Places to Work programs we administer, of which there are both local and industry programs.
Employee Feedback + Employer Practices
A complete Benchmark Report includes not only employee feedback, but also HR practices and policies collected from thousands of employers. In addition to complete composite scoring in every area of the Employee Engagement and Satisfaction survey (i.e. leadership and planning, culture and communications, etc.), you’ll receive insights into employer offerings such as benefits, healthcare coverage, performance reviews, and much more. Are most your competitors offering health benefits from day one? Or, are they offering flexible workweeks? Understanding what the leaders in your market are doing to find and retain top talent will help you to do the same.
Free Sample Benchmark Report
Using Benchmark Reports, you can compare your own employee data and employer practices to those of some of the most competitive organizations in the marketplace. What would you do with that data? Identify the gap between your current station and excellence? Develop a data-driven communication strategy when recruiting talent? Consider throwing your own hat in the ring to compete for such a title?