"Acknowledging outstanding service and demonstrating that people are important to company success are top drivers of engagement."
This benchmark covers industries that are often doing things on a grand physical scale. They employ engineers, machinery operators and other skilled workers who can bring big projects and endeavors to life.
Anatomy of the benchmark:
- 80% average response rate across all companies
- Bottom quartile (25th percentile) was 69% participation
- Top quartile (75th percentile) was 91% participation
- Renewables & Environment
- Oil & Energy
- Civil Engineering
- Environmental Services
- Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
- Building Materials
Distribution by sub-region:
- Europe: 40%
- North America: 29%
- Oceania: 19%
- Asia: 6%
We have connected the employee feedback data with ratings for each company included in the benchmark to provide the below insights.
- 3.2/5 stars average overall company rating
- 52% average CEO approval
- 60% average recommend to friend
Key Insights and Data for the People Geeks!
How engaged are employees in Construction, Engineering & Heavy Industry?
Insight: Employees in Construction, Engineering & Heavy Industry tend to be more engaged than employees in other industries.
Construction, Engineering & Heavy Industry employee engagement scores by percentile
If you are interested in the spread of employee engagement ratings, below are the engagement scores by percentile.
|Bottom quartile (25th percentile)||62%|
|Median (50th percentile)||73%|
|Top quartile (75th percentile)||79%|
What has the biggest impact on employee engagement in Construction, Engineering & Heavy Industry?
Insight: Learning and development and leadership communicating a motivating vision have the largest impact on employee engagement. We also find that the scores on these topics are generally more favorable in our Construction, Engineering & Heavy Industry Benchmark compared globally.
Questions included and excluded:
Engagement Questions Excluded: The following questions did not have enough responses to be included in this generation this year.
- I have been provided an opportunity to see and discuss recent employee survey results
- My manager, or someone else, has communicated some clear actions based on recent employee survey results
- I have seen positive changes taking place based on recent employee survey results
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