Tuesday, March 12, 2019
by Alice Telios-Dunlap • email@example.com
BJC | Prepare to shed some light on your employee experience during the 2019 BJC Employee Engagement Survey April 15-28.
Collecting feedback and taking action is an essential part of BJC’s commitment to having a highly engaged workforce and an environment where team members feel valued, listened to and appreciated for the contributions they make each day. The 2019 BJC Employee Engagement Survey will be an opportunity to gather team member feedback and monitor progress on actions taken since the last survey in spring 2017.
“Having a highly engaged workforce creates an environment that is healthy for our team members, patients, visitors and communities," says Russell Hoffmann, BJC Institute for Learning and Development (BILD) vice president. "We aim for every team member to be highly engaged in our shared mission and feel supported, so that we can work together to consistently provide excellent care and service.”
This year’s survey participation goal is 78 percent. More than 22,000 employees, 76 percent of BJC’s workforce, participated in the 2017 survey.
Since receiving the 2017 Employee Engagement Survey feedback, leaders across BJC have been working to continue developing team member and leader relationships and encouraging a more diverse and inclusive workplace.
For example, supervisors and managers across BJC began having formal check-in conversations with each of their team members. Additionally, BJC developed the Guiding People to Success (GPS) program with more tools and resources for team members. BJC also formed a strategy for attracting and retaining a diverse, inclusive and engaged workforce. This included BJC president and CEO Rich Liekweg signing the CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion pledge, expanding the BJC Connections program, and the BJC Institute for Learning and Development launching Everyday Bias training, which is now available for all team members.
“We all play a role in employee engagement,” says Hoffmann. “It is a daily effort. We hope all team members see that leaders are listening and that positive changes can happen as a result of their feedback.”
More information about the 2019 Employee Engagement Survey will be announced in BJC TODAY, on BJCnet and in local employee e-newsletters.
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