Measure and Improve Employees’ Commitment to Your Organization’s Goals and Values
Organizational Commitment is a measure of employees’ commitment to your organization’s goals and values. Improving Organizational Commitment will reduce voluntary turnover, improve company culture, and bolster employees’ motivation and performance.
Your survey will measure employees’ Organizational Commitment enabling you to compare scores across your desired groupings and against your industry’s average. In addition, it will uncover which changes will most directly improve employees’ Commitment, empowering your team to replace speculation with certainty so you can take action with confidence.
In order to determine which initiatives to focus on, you will need to know how each will impact employees’ Organizational Commitment. That’s why we use regression analyses to determine which changes will most directly and effectively improve employees’ Organizational Commitment.
Commitment Feedback Survey developed and supported by IO Psychologists
Commitment Pulse Surveys to track progress on measurable goals (optional)
Dedicated Project Success Manager providing hands-on guidance, experience, and support throughout
Survey Development Workshop to help inform which questions to ask and how best to segment your results
Survey Distribution and Communications Workshop to decide on the best methods to share and discuss your survey
Industry and “Best in Class” Benchmark comparisons and analyses
Live participation tracking with conditional reminder emails to increase participation
Interactive Results Dashboard to ensure easy navigation and utilization of your results and feedback
Results Debrief Presentation with key stakeholders to discuss primary findings and noteworthy trends
Executive Results Summary highlighting key insights, trends, and improvement opportunities
Full suite of survey distribution options including SMS, anonymous links, email, and QR codes
Follow-up meetings to provide ongoing support, guidance, and industry insights
Dashboard Drilldowns: Segment results across desired groupings, such as Departments, Regions, and Tenure
Action Plan Development Workshop informed by your organization’s structure, results, and available resources
Pre-Survey Consultation to identify and prioritize objectives
Results Summaries for specific leaders, positions, and seniority levels (upon request)
A comprehensive Action Plan developed by our IO Psychologists and People Scientists
Resources and research specific to your results and Action Plan priorities
Strategy recommendations to ensure accountability during and after Action Plan implementation
Follow-up presentations and secondary analyses of your results (upon request)
As noted by Harvard Business Review, “Companies spend over $720 million each year on employee engagement, and that’s projected to rise to over $1.5 billion. And yet, employee engagement is at record lows”.
The US can expect annual turnover costs to reach 680 billion dollars by 2020.
Dr. Bruce Buchanan defines Organizational Commitment as “a partisan, affective attachment to the goals and values of an organization, to one’s role in relation to goals and values, and to the organization for its own sake, apart from its purely instrumental worth.”
Our fields of expertise include, but are not limited to, economics, neuroscience, well-being psychology, positive psychology, statistics, to industrial-organizational psychology. Put simply, we’re academics looking to use our research to modernize employee surveying.
We understand how critical it is for employees to trust that their anonymity and privacy are taken extremely seriously, that is why 100% of our employees have completed a number of National Institute of Health’s Research Courses. Additionally, we require all of our team to have a Protecting Human Research Participants Certificate before they conduct any research. Furthermore, in our reports, we only present data in the aggregate and we refuse to provide any individual data to any organization, in order to protect employees and their identities. Our approach is employee-focused and employee-ﬁrst!
You and your employees deserve to feel secure, that is why we ensure that all of our researchers sign internal and external NDA’s as well as be CITI certiﬁed in the most up to date methods of data privacy and protection.
Here are just a few of the institutions who have dedicated resources to researching organizational commitment: Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard Business School, Air Force Institute of Technology, U.S. Government Accounting Office, US Department of Defense, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business, and USC’s Marshall School of Business.