This report highlights our 2019 Best Places to Work employee engagement trends, best-practice recommendations from our insights experts, and a look at the landscape of the American workplace.
The landscape of work has changed since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Many organizations have struggled, but those who have remained successful have one thing in common.
Leveraging their top talent throughout the employee lifecycle.
In this 2020 Employee Engagement Trends Report, we spotlight what the best organizations do differently and pinpoint the evidence-based practices that lead to successful teams and organizations.
The report is comprised of four sections that will help you understand trends and best practices around:
The content of this report will help you focus on improving your engagement programs and strategies to drive employee and business success all year long.
For more than a decade, Quantum Workplace has partnered with workplaces across the United States to measure the experiences of organizations that successfully attract, engage, and retain top talent. This year’s report examines data collected through America’s Best Places to Work program, surveying more than 600,000 employees between January and December 2019.
Quantum Workplace measures employee engagement using the e9 Model of Employee Engagement—a set of nine core engagement items that measure the relative strength of an employee’s emotional and mental connection with their work, team, and organization. "The e9" has been found to be a reliable measure of employee engagement and has been validated against a variety of indicators.
Our mission is to make work better every day. We believe the best way to accomplish that mission is to equip organizational leaders with the best insights and tools to drive individual, team, and organizational success. Our approach to employee success is quite simple. We believe that engaged employees who achieve high performance equate to employee success.
Founded in 2004, Best Places to Work is the original contest created to honor companies where talent is valued and engaged. The contest is held annually in nearly 50 markets and garners participation from more than 10,000 organizations. Quantum Workplace partners with various local publications, professional organizations, and other sponsors to conduct the survey and recognize America’s Best Places to Work.
"We use one of the largest employee engagement databases in the United States to understand what matters most to the modern employee experience. These insights help organizational leaders to attract and leverage top talent and prepare for the future of work."