Employee Engagement Surveys as a Statistical Confidence Game

So much depends on your employee engagement survey getting it right. But what if it doesn’t? What if virtually everything in your employee survey from the engagement index, the factors driving engagement to the benchmark comparisons are all junk science–statistical snake-oil robbing you of engagement and productivity?

Download, The Statistical Confidence Game of Employee Engagement Surveys, to see how statistical gobbledygook is used to cover for inept data analysis. Essential reading for those in HR interested in conducting employee surveys to help build better, happier and more productive workplaces.

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