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Employee Engagement

Sep 12 2018 - By Claro

The importance of employee engagement can’t be overstated – employee engagement strategies have been proven to reduce turnover, improve productivity and efficiency, retain customers at a higher rate, and make companies more profitable. Most importantly, engaged employees are happier, both at work and in their lives.

However, the traditional approach to employee engagement surveys has outlived its usefulness. Soliciting honest, valuable feedback from your employees on how satisfied or engaged they are with their work is very difficult. Unless you’re an incredibly small company, (and even then, there are other obstacles), it’s virtually impossible for a company to gather one-on-one feedback, not to mention processing all the results and turning them into relevant actions.


“Claro measures job seeking activities by indexing public information available on the Internet. What makes the platform easy to use is that the platform uses colors to segment users by their job seeking activity. For instance, if an individuals profile is red, they have high job seeking activity. ” - Anthony Wong, Managing Consultant, SIMCO Solutions Limited

Claro clients are moving away from repetitive employee engagement surveys but instead are measuring job seeking activity for their employee engagement. As you’ll see below, Claro color codes candidates based on job seeking activity. It stands to reason that engaged employees aren’t actively looking for new work opportunities, and the converse is also true – people who are actively looking for new work opportunities aren’t very engaged at work.

Using Claro companies are able to be proactive about implementing new employee engagement programs to retain and motivate their valuable talent. Claro provides real-time analytics that are based on observable evidence so there is less risk of bias in the result set.

Did you know?


According to McKinsey, companies are more profitable when teams are ethnically diverse


Of candidates are passive job seekers according to Talentnow 2018 Recruitment Trends


Of surveyed HR leaders said employee engagement was a top priority in 2018 and beyond