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Samir Mardini

    Highly engaged employees create better business outputs, more loyal customers and better financial performance.     
Samir Mardini
Head Culture and Engagement - Middle East
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Disengaged employees stop your business from performing at its best. Conducting an employee effectiveness survey helps business leaders find out what is preventing people doing their jobs. Furthermore, the data can help organizations focus on precisely where changes need to be made in order to have the biggest impact on individual and business performance.

Ultimately, understanding what will motivate and enable your people to give their best leads to better decision making and planning, wiser investments and deeper customer loyalty.

The world's Most Admired Companies understand this. They recognize that people are a major source of sustained competitive advantage. Their outstanding performance comes from superb, sustained employee engagement built by leaders who truly know how to motivate others. It is supported by the right priorities, investment and processes.

It’s no surprise then that most organizations use employee surveys. But asking the question isn’t enough. The true benefits come when employee feedback is translated into meaningful action. It’s here that Hay Group’s employee survey process stands out.

Hay Group will help you ask the right questions, understand what the results mean and prioritize actions (using our comprehensive database of normative benchmarks). In doing so, we will help your organization and your people achieve their potential.

Find out more about running an employee survey. 

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Global employee engagement webinar series

How to create an engagement program that enhances the customer experience

It stands to reason that there’s a correlation between engaged employees and happy customers who come back time and again. Yet in our experience, many organisations are struggling to drive the connection between the two.

Watch our complimentary webinar to find out how you can bridge the gap.

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What are we thinking? Thought leadership from Hay Group

Engaging Hearts and Minds

Engaging Hearts and Minds

2015 - The world is changing and an engaged workforce will be more critical than ever. In this paper, we look at what organizations need to do now to keep their people engaged and enabled as the world around them evolves. Login to download

The Engagement Conundrum

The Engagement Conundrum

2015 - The GCC banks are facing a unique challenge. Despite having more engaged workforces than their global counterparts, their staff don't seem to be willing to go the extra mile. We explore why.  Login to download

Lighting the Way

Lighting the Way

2014 - Nationalisation remains top of the agenda for the UAE private sector. We look at how engaging and enabling employees can help attract and retain national talent.  Login to download

Precious Resources

Precious Resources

2014 - Key steps to attracting and retaining key technical talent in the oil and gas industries.  Login to download

The Changing Face of Reward

The Changing Face of Reward

2013 - Employees in the Middle East are increasingly seeking a new deal from their employers, with profound implications for the psychological contract between companies and their workers.  Login to download