Employee Surveys / Service
The benefits of conducting regular employee surveys can be considerable, but for surveys to be effective important upfront considerations need to be made. Although the process of conducting a survey can be therapeutic in itself it is the post-survey analysis, response and action that will ultimately determine how useful and effective the process has been.
A change of focus is needed in order to deliver true business value in the future and avoid such surveys being dismissed – by managers and employees – as a tick-box exercise. This means a move away from the cottage industry of response rates and data collection.
If engagement surveys are to facilitate real business improvement, they must be designed in alignment with strategy. We give managers support in identifying insights not data and then guidance on how to act on them effectively with in their businesses.