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Event Details

This webinar offers valuable insights into employee engagement and Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS), two crucial HR metrics monitored by organizations. Drawing from data collected from 80 companies in the Philippines, it provides an in-depth analysis of these key performance indicators. Attendees can expect to gain a comprehensive understanding of the current landscape and trends related to employee engagement and eNPS within the Philippine corporate sector. The webinar aims to equip organizations with actionable strategies to enhance employee satisfaction, loyalty, and overall workforce performance.

  • What are the current trends and patterns observed in employee engagement and eNPS (employee Net Promoter Score) levels among organizations in the Philippines?

  • Based on research data, what are the most critical factors impacting the employee experience that drive higher engagement and stronger eNPS ratings?

  • What proven strategies and initiatives can organizations implement to effectively increase employee engagement levels and improve their eNPS over time?

Time: 01:30pm - 02:30pm

Date: June 13, 2024

Via Zoom

(+632) 8404 9524

Resource Speaker

OUR RESOURCE SPEAKER

Dr. Marshall Valencia

Dr. Marshall Valencia is a social and organizational psychologist with 20 years of professional experience as an HR and organizational consultant, a trainer, and a social scientist. He is the Director for Research and Analytics of PVP and also a faculty member in the graduate program of the Psychology Department of the University of the Philippines. He was a former faculty and director for research at the Nottingham University Business School. He has published his researches and presented in scientific conferences in Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, U.S.A., Australia, South Africa, Japan, Thailand, and Malaysia.

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