With the ever-changing landscape faced by employers, the governance and understanding of internal human resources is a significant strategic management issue.
Engagement and communication with employees is reaching new levels of importance as knowledge and expertise are defining competitive advantage for organisations, while at the same time, the cost associated with the development and attrition of employees steadily increases and negatively affects the profitability of the organisation.
The ability to stay abreast of employee needs, desires and fears, enables an organisation to more easily plan, implement and drive strategic change across its operations.
The CULTYR™ Employee Scorecard assists with performance evaluation and the development of strategies to strengthen employee engagement. CULTYR™ offers organisations the ability to benchmark performance over time and between organisations. We let you know the average and high score, and who the highest performing organisations are to foster a spirit of continuous and shared learning. Divisions and teams may also compare performance to organisation norms.
The main benefits of CULTYR™ are:
- CULTYR™ provides robust and reliable measures of organisational performance, covering perceptions of leadership, communication, teamwork, safety, fair pay, employee commitment and more.
- Employees share their needs and aspirations, enabling CATALYSE® to create an Employee Priorities Window ™.
- We don’t enforce a ‘one size fits all’ approach. CATALYSE® custom designs each study to ensure our clients’ unique information objectives are being met first and foremost. More times than not, clients like the questions that have been tried and tested by our clients over the years and opt in to use questions from our benchmarking study.
- CULTYR™ offers organisations the ability to benchmark performance over time, showing historical trends, and to compare performance across the sector. We let you know the industry average and high score, and who the highest performing are to foster a spirit of continuous and shared learning among organisations. Business Teams and Divisions may also compare performance to the Organisational norms.