Employee Engagement - Measurement

Employee Engagement - Measurement

By: Brent Stackhouse, MBA

Consultancy Firm Manager

AB, International Relations, William & Mary

MBA, Management, Troy University

The Stackhouse Agency, LLC


March 25, 2016


Employee Engagement can be assessed with clear characteristics.  For additional benefits to be derived, some form of additional measurement is needed.  An organization may understand a certain amount of the engagement level of employees from basic operations and a select time horizon.  The benefits of employee engagement often lead to noticeable business outcomes for various organizations.  The aspects of employee engagement and its measurement can be utilized to formulate an overview or synopsis of the organization.  Many organizations are achieving greater optimization through a furtherance of employee engagement value and measurement.  Certain tools provide additional quantifiable aspects to customary areas of business analysis. 

Some areas assisting in a quantifiable business return of value include:

  • Segments of analytics

  • Measurement firms

  • Identifiable business objectives 

Employee Engagement and its measurement are an important part of business planning and business modeling.


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