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Integrated Employee Engagement Survey Platform Launched
Global professional services company Towers Watson has launched an integrated employee engagement survey platform. The new technology is designed to assist companies with analyzing and taking action on employee survey data.
Thanks to the new platform, managers, HR leaders and executives will be able to identify deeper insights from their employee survey results and take action that much more quickly.
“One of the primary attributes of this enhanced platform is that it saves organizations time while engaging and empowering their managers,” said Adam Zuckerman, global practice leader, employee surveys, at Towers Watson, in a statement.
Zuckerman added that the new platform is based on years of exploring best practices with high-performing organizations and drawing on the best thinking of the company’s consultants.
Officials with Towers Watson said that the enhanced survey platform, suited for organizations that are looking to use their survey to drive real change in the organization, helps companies gather and analyze results, and then translate them into insights and actions.
Max Caldwell, managing director at Towers Watson, said that this enhanced technology helps clients re-imagine how employee surveys can drive real change and improve business performance.
“It is part of our ongoing effort to equip clients with smart, integrated, easy-to-use technology solutions that have Towers Watson’s unmatched experience and HR expertise baked right in,” said Caldwell.
Towers Watson is a global professional services company that helps organizations improve performance through effective people, risk and financial management.
The company offers consulting, technology and solutions in the areas of benefits, talent management, rewards, and risk and capital management. Towers Watson has more than 14,000 associates around the world.
Earlier in May, Towers Watson had announced the launch of a simplified global benefit solution designed for the multinational marketplace.The offering, Global Access, allows multinational employers to deliver local-country, prepackaged benefit programs that include life, accident, health and disability, with three fixed, benchmarked benefit levels.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson