82% of employees appreciate having feedback (whether positive or negative) on their work, according to an OfficeVibe study. More than 6 out of 10 employees even ask for more feedback on the quality of their work. On the other hand, 40% feel demotivated when they do not have this kind of information! Proof that employee engagement and feedback are linked! What if digital technology could help you develop a feedback culture, and thereforeemployee commitment in your company?

Employee engagement and feedback: decompartmentalising to engage

Digital tools make it easier to give and receive feedback. Indeed, these tools break down the barriers across the company. The company no longer functions solely in "top-down" mode, from the hierarchy to the employees. Digital technology makes it possible to put the hierarchy aside - without eliminating it - to place the employee at the heart of the company. Employees can receive feedback, but they can also give it in turn. Only then will they remain motivated and committed.

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Employee engagement and feedback: valuing skills

Implementing regular and effective feedback using digital tools helps to enhance skills. Indeed, receiving feedback allows you to take stock of your strengths and weaknesses. Of course, it is always necessary to be constructive. Thus, the time for feedback is first and foremost a time to celebrate successes. The skills used to achieve success are valued, and so are the people who have them! On the other hand, feedback time is a time to reflect on areas for improvement. It allows people to understand how to be better.

Employee engagement and feedback: facilitating group cohesion

What's in it for your company? A more pleasant social climate and a supervised dialogue between the various employees. By using a feedback management solution, you provide a framework for feedback. No one accumulates reproaches in his or her mind, at the risk of blowing them up. Similarly, no employee is left in the dark for weeks on end, repeating the same mistakes over and over again.

Ultimately, the company as a whole has a global view of the performance of its employees. It can react quickly in the event of a problem or a slowdown in productivity. The company's digital transformation is more under control. The condition? That the feedback is used wisely. It must lead to concrete actions so as not to harm the commitment of employees, who may feel that they are not being listened to.