One of BBA’s greatest strengths is the weight given to everyone having constructive discussions and collaborating. Here, employee engagement isn’t just an idea. In fact, I’m involved in our General Engagement Committee; I’m one of its representatives for the Montréal office. So, I can confirm that real efforts are made to motivate employees to get involved in improving BBA.
Each year, our General Engagement Committee administers an extensive survey to get everyone’s input and to learn about the firm’s strengths and weaknesses. BBA is very open to new ideas, and it’s reassuring to know that if you have something to say, you’ll be heard. The goal is to find creative solutions to do better, together. Activities are also offered to encourage interaction among members of departments who don’t often have the chance to work together on the job.
This all makes me feel involved in BBA’s general plan and proud to represent it. In fact, I think engagement works really well when it goes both ways, when the organization is engaged with employees and vice versa.