Aon Hewitt’s employee engagement model

Aon Hewitt’s model has six main drivers which shapes the experience within the company, “Engagement Drivers.”

These are the areas over which management has a great deal of control—the action areas. Our extensive research formed the six major categories of the work experience that include the work people do, the people they work with, opportunities, total rewards, company practices and general quality of life.

source: http://www.aon.com/attachments/human-capital-consulting/2013_Trends_in_Global_Employee_Engagement_Highlights.pdf

Aon Hewwitt defines engagement through three attributes that include the extent to which employees:

  • Say — speak positively about the organization to co-workers, potential employees and customers
  • Stay — have an intense sense of belonging and desire to be a part of the organization
  • Strive — are motivated and exert effort toward success in their job and for the company

Employees need all three of these elements to be fully engaged.

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Disclaimer

The credit for the model of employee engagement goes to Aon Hewitt.
I have no connections to Aon Hewitt. Opinon, analysis and testimonies are all mine.


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