Introducing Employee Engagement Surveys
- On 6 July 2014
- Posted by Chantal Mariotti
Get immediate feedback from employees regarding their opinions on the workplace with our new Employee Engagement Surveys – completed via iPad. With the introduction of the new Employee Engagement Surveys, management can instantly know how employees feel about workplace practices, working conditions, the supervisors, management, and the company in general. Employees can anonymously and confidently express their concerns and provide any feedback they feel is important to address.
Employee engagement promotes good employee relations; loyalty and dedication to the company. Allowing employees to voice their opinions on workplace practices can improve employee relations and increase productivity in the workplace. Employees will find that they are more dedicated to a company that listens to their needs and resolves their issues. Taking into consideration how employees feel, and working to solve any issues, can only improve the work environment.
Employee engagement reduces turnover and promotes employee retention. Some of the main reasons why employees decide to quit their jobs are due to dissatisfaction at work or to a lack of communication between management and employees. Through Employee Engagement Surveys, employees can effectively communicate with management about their personal needs and opinions regarding various practices within the company. After all, employee retention is not only beneficial to the employee but also protects a company’s bottom line.
Our Employee Engagement Surveys help reduce third-party (e.g., Department of Labor) disputes by fostering open communication within an organization. Communication is key to improving employee relations; therefore an Employee Engagement Survey can encourage open communication within the organization without having to resort to a third-party. With the convenience of an iPad, taking an opinion survey is easy and fun. Management can use the survey results to measure employees’ engagement and motivation levels at work by measuring “levels of satisfaction.”
We can help reduce turnover by identifying the issues that matter the most to your employees. With feedback becoming more easily accessible, we can determine which issues are most prevalent in the workplace and work on finding solutions to those problems. By allowing employees to provide feedback for various workplace practices, we can identify what areas need to be focused on in order to create a more harmonious and positive work environment for everyone.
Call us today at (818) 845-5584 or email us at email@example.com and we can help you get started on your Employee Engagement Surveys.