Just 18% of employees say their company consistently acts on their feedback.
One of the most important ways employees feel valued is by being heard, but if nothing ever comes from the feedback they will feel disillusioned. Achievers Workforce Institute research shows that inaction fatigue, the sense of exhaustion from giving input that isn’t actioned, is the biggest risk to gathering regular, meaningful employee feedback.
“Feedback is one of the most essential tools available to drive high-impact action,” writes Dr. Natalie Baumgartner, Chief Workforce Scientist for Achievers.
Achievers Workforce Institute has developed this simple 3-step checklist that leaders, executives and front-line managers can use to ensure they’re properly responding to employees needs every time out.
This checklist is just one of the amazing tactical, practical findings of our 5th annual engagement and retention report.
Access the full report here.