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[HR Calendar Template] for Employee Engagement Throughout the Year

 

2020 HR Calendar Template"By failing to prepare, you're preparing to fail."

 

Benjamin Franklin's famous words ring true in all walks of life: if you don't put effort into an upcoming endeavor, it's probably not going to work out as you planned. This certainly rings true with employee engagement.

 

[FREE DOWNLOAD] 2020 HR Calendar Template 


Organizations that fail to create specific initiatives are likely to see employee engagement fall by the wayside. Don't join that group!

 

Chart the course for your organization and set a solid plan from the outset with our free HR calendar template. This calendar will help you plan out your year-long engagement strategy. We encourage you to hold on to the questions inside, and check in at the end of the year. 

 

Here are some sample reflection questions and goals we included in this year's calendar:

 

Surveys

  • How often will you survey all employees this year?
  • What month(s) will you conduct your employee engagement survey(s)?
  • Are you going to use pulse surveys this year? How frequent will they be?
  • What employee communication will there be before, during, and after your survey(s)? What kind of follow up will you do after your surveys and pulses? What are your target dates for these communications?

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Recognition

  • What key employee milestones do you want to recognize? Anniversaries? Birthdays? Personal achievements?
  • Do you have any monthly, quarterly, or annual employee recognition events? When?
  • Do you have a program to support ongoing employee recognition? What employee communication supports adoption of this program? What are your target dates for these communications?

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Goals

  • When are annual, quarterly, or monthly organizational goals set?
  • Are teams and employees responsible for setting their own goals? When are these set?
  • When and how does leadership communicate organizational goals to employees?
  • How often is goal progress tracked, reported, and shared?
  • What other key dates are related to goal achievement?

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Performance Conversations

  • How often do managers and employees have performance conversations or reviews?
  • What resources do you provide to help managers with performance conversations?
  • How does your timeline for performance conversations integrate with the timeline for 360/peer feedback?
  • What employee communication is needed to support your performance program? What are your target dates for these communications?

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Feedback

  • How often will various levels of leadership receive feedback from their manager, direct reports, and peers?
  • How often will employees receive feedback from their manager and peers?
  • What employee communication is needed to support your feedback program? What are your target dates for these communications?

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Culture Events

  • Do you hold company, team, or leadership retreats? When are these scheduled?
  • What key all-company meetings do you have annually, quarterly, or monthly?
  • What parties and celebrations does your organization have throughout the year?
  • What other traditions and important dates does your organization acknowledge?

 

It's time to set your employee engagement strategy for the year. Download your free copy of the HR Pro’s Calendar Template today!

 

2020 HR Calendar Template

 

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