Business-to-employee research (B2E)

The need for better insight to support internal decisions

PwC Research has a wealth of experience engaging with employees to support organisational change. Our employee research within organisations can help define and measure culture and behaviours, manage conduct, drive engagement and enhance the employee experience. Our tailored research programmes include:

  • Employee engagement – designed to measure the strength of relationship an organisation has with its employees and provides a means of establishing linkages to key performance drivers.
  • Culture assessments – designed to measure current attitudes and behaviours against the vision, mission and goals of an organisation.
  • Leadership 360 feedback – a bespoke tool to gain deeper insight into leadership effectiveness and drive desired leadership behaviours. This tool helps highlight current leadership behaviours and develop the leaders of the future.

Cyber First: Reducing cyber risk through behavioural assessment

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We also have two employee conduct-focused research products:

  • Conduct First – helps organisations define and measure conduct risk-related behaviours of employees. This online employee survey approach can help an organisation increase revenues and reduce reserves, training and remediation costs.
  • Cyber First – helps organisations define and measure cyber risk-related behaviours of employees. This employee diagnostic approach can help an organisation define and measure cyber security risk behaviours and identify interventions to change such behaviours and mitigate risk.

Our approach to data visualisation will also help embed results throughout your business. Whether you require online or offline platforms, infographics, summary documents or full presentations, we can create the perfect reporting outputs based on your need.

Case studies

PwC Research has worked with the London Business School to create a research study to investigate the role of emotions in determining when and why employees try to beat internal competitors using creativity versus resorting to unethical behaviours.

Duncan Wardley, a director in PwC Research, discusses conduct risk

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Honor Mallon

Honor Mallon

Partner, Research Lead

Tel: +44 (0)7841 954129

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