We believe that creating better experiences for employees is the key to organizational success
Engage2Excel helps HR organizations create unique candidate and employee experiences from pre-hire to retirement. We know that engaging workplace experiences are essential for motivating employees to care more, work smarter and stay longer. We understand what employees really want because we look at the entire employee lifecycle through a scientific lens.
Our innovative workforce solutions help HR leaders drive bottom-line benefits
Recruitment Solutions: Attract, engage and hire employees who care more, work smarter and stay longer.
Employee Recognition: Design, scale and improve employee recognition programs to accelerate your success.
Engagement Surveys: Analyze, benchmark and improve engagement to increase your competitive advantage.
We conduct original survey research to understand what employees really want
Trendicators, the research division of Engage2Excel, conducts statistically valid research surveys on employee perceptions and preferences—across industry sectors and demographic groups—to report on what employees really want. These insights support each of our solutions and help clients stay abreast of emerging trends.
We validate best practices with industry experts and our base of 2,700+ clients
The modern workplace is changing at an unprecedented pace. However, what is often promoted as the “next big thing” does not always measure up to expectations. Throughout the year, we draw on industry experts and client innovators to report on successful strategies, solutions and best practices.
Our solutions are founded on three decades of research on employee engagement
All of our solutions are founded upon three decades of research by Jack Wiley, Ph.D., Engage2Excel’s chief scientific officer. Dr. Wiley is an award-winning organizational psychologist recognized internationally for groundbreaking research that links employee survey results to measures of business performance. An author and keynote speaker, Dr. Wiley shares his research findings and advice with thousands of HR professional and business leaders every year.