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Recognising the Changing Employee Landscape

Developed based on the principles of behavioural economics and The New Rules of Engagement, we anchor our employee engagement methodology on 12 crucial aspects of the “unwritten social contract” between workers and their companies.


The new generation of employees now perceive jobs as more than a mere 9 to 5 routine — they seek challenging yet meaningful projects, and favour workplaces that offer employee value proposition, feedback and recognition. As these employees with evolving expectations for their employment experience enter the workforce, employers need to be continuously mindful of employee satisfaction and identify successful engagement strategies to attract and retain valuable talents, raise productivity and improve quality of work.

However, despite this cultural shift, many firms today have yet to prioritise employee engagement as a key business objective. The reasons for inertia are plenty: the impression that employee engagement strategies are difficult to implement, inconsistent buy-in from key stakeholders or the inability to attribute employee engagement to the business’ bottom line. 

BI WORLDWIDE recognises these barriers and employs a unique approach grounded on measurable outcomes to help employers increase their organisation’s employee engagement.

Build Your Engagement

  • A Structured Approach

    Our employee engagement programmes are developed based on the principles of behavioural economics and The New Rules of Engagement. Anchored on 12 crucial aspects of the “unwritten social contract” between workers and their companies, these aspects are based on broad patterns that emerge from decades of data and employee psychology, which informs our approach to developing solutions for you to cultivate and retain employees.

  • Proprietary Technology, Human-centred Design

    With programmes delivered through BI WORLDWIDE’s proprietary technology, companies will be able to better reinforce employee satisfaction and enhance team efforts through tracking important employee milestones, employee progress and identifying key opportunities to recognise and reward employees.

  • Data-driven Approach to Optimise Performance

    Standardised approaches are detrimental to employee engagement strategies. Organisations differ in culture, and recognising these nuances is key to developing effective engagement programmes. BI WORLDWIDE implements a survey methodology to collect data for each engagement to help clients understand their strengths and weaknesses. Quantitative results are validated based on unique performance metrics as defined by the client.

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Cultivating Passionate Teams

Motivate and encourage the formation of positive workplace associations for your employees. Cultivate passionate teams with BI WORLDWIDE's suite of employee engagement programmes.

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Creating Optimal Learning Experiences

Help grow your employees by creating optimal learning opportunities where your teams can glean knowledge and upskill to better retain your top talent.

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What is employee recognition programme

Data and Analytics Insights

Magnify existing metrics and data sets to support existing strategies or to develop robust plans from the ground up. Personalise employee engagement strategies to best fit your company, ensuring that solutions are tailor-made and routinely improved for your needs with insights from BI WORLDWIDE’s analytical capabilities.

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