Employee satisfaction assessment
Detect a decline in commitment before the employee himself says he is leaving.
- Find out what really motivates employees! A survey gives employees the opportunity to express their opinions and participate in the decision-making process. Being open to their feedback can help increase commitment to work and a sense of shared responsibility for the organization’s performance.
- Influence the atmosphere in the workplace! Get feedback on team relations, internal communication, work-life balance, etc. This will help you improve the atmosphere and relationships in the workplace, which contributes to better well-being and higher productivity among employees.
- Prevent unwanted phenomena! Employees who feel understood and appreciated are more likely to stay in the workplace. Monitoring the level of employee satisfaction can help eliminate, at an early stage, negative phenomena such as. , “silent departures”.
- Assess employee motivation with behavioral indexes.
- Decide how best to distribute the survey – anonymously or individually.
- Work on the data with everyone who needs it, exporting the results or within the system.
How to prepare a survey?
Here are some tips that might be useful when creating your original questionnaire:
- An Insight type of survey is a good option for this survey.
- Make the questionnaire easier to create by dividing the questions into sections.
- Indexes will be more important here than a score.
- It is a good idea to use questions with a response in the form of a descriptive value or a numerical value.