The benefits of consistent employee related surveys are well documented, having positive impacts on the recruiting and retention of talent as well as improved overall business results. More specifically, these surveys can provide benefits to organizations by:
Employee Satisfaction Surveys
Employee satisfaction surveys are a widely used tool designed to provide a broad range of feedback on the overall perception of employees toward their employer. When structured properly, employee satisfaction surveys can provide insight into:
360° Employee Surveys
The 360° employee survey provides individuals multi-directional feedback from both up and down the organization. The survey provides feedback about an employee’s performance and behavior from co-workers, subordinates, and supervisors. The process often allows the employee to review oneself, allowing one to see how other employees view them versus how they view themselves. The survey also helps the employee to see that you appreciate his past work and recognize his strengths and successes. This type of survey promotes self-awareness and provides excellent input and direction for personal improvement.
Organizational Alignment (Culture) Surveys
Organizational alignment as competitive advantage When employees and their behaviors are aligned with the mission and vision, employee engagement metrics (including satisfaction, commitment, likelihood to recommend as a workplace) are markedly higher than those in less aligned cultures.
This type of survey is often associated with measuring change or assessing how well the organization is aligned with the overall mission/vision and strategic goals. It provides a useful measure of how well employees know and are committed to the values of the organization. The results from these types of surveys can uncover alignment issues can conflict with the overall strategy in the areas of:
Employee Engagement Surveys
In general, engagement represents the level of enthusiasm and connection employees have with their organization. The survey measures the attributes most important to employee performance in the organization. It is often used to identify the best areas focus in promoting organizational change and increased performance. The survey items measure the components of engagement and what makes an employee passionate about their job. These surveys usually measure the following factors of engagement:
Understanding what factors drive employee engagement allows you to take action on specific areas, and create the desired company culture.
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