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Guide and Best Practices

An employee engagement action plan is a set of actions planned to address or eliminate a problem identified based on employee feedback that you have collected through surveys, reviews, or one-on-one meetings. For example, if you have received feedback from employees regarding a better remote work policy, your action plan might contain a process to identify and implement better remote work strategies. The purpose of an employee engagement action plan is to create a better work environment for everyone involved and to increase employee retention.

How to create an employee engagement action plan

  • Send out your employee engagement survey. Get initial buy-in from senior as well as junior employees before developing the survey.
  • Once the survey is complete, thoroughly analyze the survey data to identify areas to address; this may include both organization-wide initiatives as well as smaller, quick wins. This review process should include directors, managers, and anyone who has the authority to implement change across the organization.
  • Once the areas for improvement have been identified, the next step is to create employee engagement action plans. To begin, you can have focus groups for each identified area to brainstorm potential solutions.
  • Each of your solutions should have a clear objective that should ideally abide by the SMART (specific, measurable, relevant, achievable, and time-bound) criteria.
  • Establish success measures to evaluate improvement and assign an owner to see the project through to completion.
  • As you identify individual actions, assign each of them a responsible owner as well. Set due dates for each of the tasks.
  • Once you have implemented the initiative, reach out to employees again, and gather their feedback on their improved experience by conducting short surveys.

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