Are your people, process and technology initiatives all mutually reinforcing? For a culture to be healthy and driven by the long-term business strategy, it needs to be intentionally designed and periodically assessed to ensure that all elements that affect the human capital of an organization are working in conjunction with one another and in full alignment with that strategy. Exude’s Organizational Health Assessment is a comprehensive survey that determines the inconsistencies in how work gets done across your organization by looking at the four pillars of organizational health: Leadership, Human Capital, Total Rewards and Risk Management. Our assessment allows us to take a look at where your organization is today and provide a road map of how to get you where you want to go to see quantifiable improvements in things like revenue, profit, employee engagement and employee attrition.
There are tangible and intangible ways to measure organizational health. Below are just some of the metrics we use to measure the impact of our solutions.
- Increased Revenue
- Increased Profit
- Human Capital Value Added
- New Hire Failure Rate
- Communication Effectiveness
- Employee Engagement
- Employee Attrition
- Time to fill (open positions)
- Rate of Internal Job Hires
- Absenteeism Rate
- Customer Service Satisfaction
- Healthcare Expense per Employee
- Number of Insurance Claims
See How We've Helped Other Organizations Like Yours
Mitigating Risk and Improving HR policies
Our holistic approach saved the client time, money and resources during a period of rapid growth.
Using Healthcare Insights to Manage Workers Comp
Reduced RX/Medical utilization by 15% and workers compensation by 10%
Employee Retention – Root Cause
Redesigned key business processes to attract and retain talent
Working Together For You
At Exude, we work with our clients to achieve their optimal organizational health by ensuring their strategy, culture, and employee experience are aligned. Our Philadelphia-based team includes individuals in their respective fields – however, the power of our deliverable is not in our great individual expertise, but rather when we work together as one.
Interested in assessing your organizational health?