What Drives Employee Engagement?

2018 FEVS Key Driver Analysis
May 2019

In 2018, there were three key drivers of employee engagement that scored relatively low, but have a high impact on employee engagement overall. Furthermore, significant variations in perceptions of collaborative management and training exist among supervisors and non-supervisors.

 
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KEY TAKEAWAY: PRIORITIZE INITIATIVES TO ADDRESS EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

All respondent demographics are important when analyzing key drivers of employee engagement. For example, examining differences between supervisory and non-supervisory respondents are especially important for understanding perceptions of “collaborative & cooperative management” and “training and development.”

Focusing on areas identified by the key driver analysis will enable leaders to take deliberate steps towards improving employee engagement and provide opportunities to foster better communication between supervisors and non-supervisors.


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GovStrive’s methodology for key driver analysis enables agencies to identify and rank key drivers of employee engagement according to impact and score. In a fiscally constrained environment, this allows federal leaders to prioritize initiatives that positively impact engagement among their employees.

FedViews tracks keys drivers of employee engagement and other trends over time. Our subject matter experts use this information to develop tailored action plans.


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