WTW, an advisory and solutions company, has launched Engage, an employee-engagement platform designed to help organizations listen to employees and more fully capture and respond to their needs, to understand variations among workforce segments and to make better people decisions to build more effective HR programs and work experiences.
“We’re thrilled to launch Engage, which was built to drive the whole employee experience inside and outside of work,” said Adam Zuckerman, global product leader for Engage, WTW. “Companies are undergoing broad cultural changes, which have raised expectations for employers to understand and support a broader range of human experience and wellbeing. Our new employee engagement platform allows employers to focus on value, delivering insights that make employee voices louder, clearer and more actionable than ever before.”
Engage goes beyond traditional survey tools to address the whole employee experience. The platform is equipped with a robust library of survey modules and templates on timely workforce topics, including health; financial wellbeing; retirement; benefits; rewards; wellbeing; diversity; equity and inclusion; hybrid work; environmental, social and governance and climate; M&A; career development; organizational culture and engagement.
With Engage, employers benefit from innovative capabilities to explore employee opinion data, run analytics and understand the underlying sentiment. Engage provides leaders and managers with simple yet compelling stories detailing their teams’ experiences at work and artificial intelligence-generated suggestions with quick and meaningful actions they can take, powered by personalized nudges, suggestions and links to learning platforms. It’s the foundation to building an exceptional employee experience; engaging employees; and delivering action, change and impact.
“We believe that Engage, along with our other employee experience software, creates the most powerful combination of employee experience tools in the market and will uniquely drive the type of impact, action and change employers are looking to achieve,” said Suzanne McAndrew, global employee experience business leader, WTW.