The pillars of the Engagement

This help sheet applies to the redesign of Poplee Engagement which will be deployed in the coming months. If you wish to open the online help for the current version you can go here.

Before you get started

Employee commitment depends on multiple factors. In Poplee Engagement, they are broken down according to the 8 commitment pillars.

The questions in our library are all related to one of these pillars. Consequently, when you read your results it becomes easy to identify the pillar(s) on which you can take action as a matter of priority based on the responses of your teams.

The 8 commitment pillars

The 8 pillars arise from 4 types of needs (primary, social, development, aspirational) which apply in 2 spheres: individual and collective.

  Individual sphere Collective sphere
Aspirational needs Initiative Sense
Development needs Change Recognition
Social needs Management Team spirit
Primary needs Well-being Organisation


Detail of the pillars


Feeling engaged and responsible for your tasks and duties, your personal organization and interactions with your colleagues to perform and innovate in your work

Related themes: performance, innovation, impact, trust


Feeling in tune with the company's values and strategy, having a sense of being useful and contributing to a collective project

Related themes: values, CSR, diversity, strategy, culture, vision, pride


Continuously learning from the feedback given by peers and managers, appropriate high-quality training and the opportunities to exercise creativity; to attain ambitious and motivating goals.

Related themes: training, feedback, goals, creativity, development


Feeling listened to, valued and recognized by your manager, your colleagues and your company, being treating fairly in an environment that respects difference and diversity

Related themes: listening, means of recognition, remuneration, equity


Creating a relationship of trust with an accessible and available manager, who helps to give meaning and clarify the missions entrusted

Related themes: management, hierarchy

Team spirit

Developing in a friendly atmosphere, working with team players, having a sense of belonging and mutual trust

Related themes: team spirit, friendliness, feeling of belonging, solidarity


Enjoying everyday life, having access to well-being infrastructures, maintaining an appropriate work-life balance and workload

Related themes: pleasure, physical and mental well-being, stress, workload


Working in comfortable material and psychological conditions, having the resources and processes needed to work, communicate and organize oneself properly

Related themes: tools, processes, organization, remote working, working conditions


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