Maritz Motivation Solutions Introduces the Engagement Potential Index™

Maritz Motivation Solutions has launched the Engagement Potential Index (EPI), a new and innovative assessment for executives and HR practitioners to measure their company’s current culture and engagement potential against industry benchmarks. The EPI is a tool to understand your culture and identify areas for improvement; develop a tailored roadmap for the success of engagement programs; and benchmark and assess progress within your company.

“Employee engagement is a recognized key performance indicator of thriving organizations. Unfortunately, global employee engagement is at an alarming low rate, costing employers millions of dollars. We designed the EPI as an innovative assessment that gives you the information you need to understand how your culture is wired to boost employee connection and commitment,” said Kimberly Lanier, vice president of employee engagement at Maritz Motivation Solutions.

The free online assessment can be accessed at http://www.maritzmotivation.com/EPI. Maritz analyzes the responses on engagement and culture factors against other organizations, and then produces a custom report. You receive your EPI score, which demonstrates the extent to which your company is likely to realize returns on employee engagement investments, as well as details on how you stack up against industry benchmarks and personalized recommendations to improve your score over time.

The EPI is based on the Maritz CultureNext Global Employment Engagement Model, developed in partnership with the Employee Engagement Awards. The model crowdsourced input from HR practitioners and senior leaders around the world, and incorporated academic input from global experts in engagement. As a result of this collaboration, the model identified seven engagement “enablers” that are specific influencers on the employee’s experience within an organization. These are:


  • Purpose (Why we exist)
  • Work design (How we work)
  • Social system (Inclusion and connections)
  • Personal growth (Realizing potential)
  • Contribution awareness (Appreciation for effort and achievement)
  • Advocacy (Taking action to support or recommend)
  • Wellbeing (Being comfortable, healthy and happy)


“To build the CultureNext employee engagement model, Maritz worked together with leading academics to build comprehensive insights from…

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