EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION SURVEYS

Improve your employee engagement to create a great workplace where people enjoy their jobs and are happy to go to work.

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Customer logos - NHS, National Trust, Atlanta & Houston Airports

EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION SURVEYS

Improve your employee engagement to create a great workplace where people enjoy their jobs and are happy to go to work.

Customer logos - NHS, National Trust, Atlanta & Houston Airports

EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION SURVEYS

Improve your employee engagement to create a great workplace where people enjoy their jobs and are happy to go to work.

Customer logos - NHS, National Trust, Atlanta & Houston Airports

BENEFITS OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Engaged employees are happy, enthusiastic, want to do their jobs to the best of their ability, and would recommend their employers. A happy workforce results in:

  • Increased motivation and productivity
  • Higher retention of talented employees
  • Customers benefit from better service
  • Good reputation which helps recruitment
  • Improved bottom-line

WHY MEASURE EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION?

Instead of guessing if your employees are happy or which areas of their work-lives need improvement, ask them.

Job Satisfaction

Find out if your employees like their job. Is it fulfilling? Do they feel like their role is an important part of the company? Does their job challenge them? Would they like more responsibility? What else would they change about their role?

Team

Team dynamics are really important, great teams can reach for the moon. One or two unhappy people can bring the entire team down. What do your employees think about their team? How do they think the whole team is performing?

Management

Managers can make or break a team. Carrying out 360 feedback helps identify issues, personality clashes or training opportunities for specific managers. You can also spot high performing teams, and what they’re doing to succeed.

Workplace

You probably can’t change your entire work space, but small changes can make a big difference to employees. Find out what they like and don’t like, or ask what’s most important to them, if they could make one change what would it be.

Benefits

What do your staff think about the benefits you offer? Which benefits are most important to them? How else could you reward them? Benefits don’t always mean big budgets, things like buying fresh fruit every week make a difference.

Training and Development

Do employees feel like they have the knowledge and expertise required to do their job? Would they like any additional training or coaching? Do they think they have opportunities to grow, develop and progress their career within your company?

Work-life Balance

Find out about your employees’ work-life balance. Do they feel pressured into working long hours, or always being available on email? Do they have a long or busy commute? Could flexible hours or remote working improve their well-being?

Job Satisfaction

Find out if your employees like their job. Is it fulfilling? Do they feel like their role is an important part of the company? Does their job challenge them? Would they like more responsibility? What else would they change about their role?

Team

Team dynamics are really important, great teams can reach for the moon. One or two unhappy people can bring the entire team down. What do your employees think about their team? How do they think the whole team is performing?

Management

Managers can make or break a team. Carrying out 360 feedback helps identify issues or training opportunities for specific managers.

Workplace

You probably can’t change your entire workplace, but even little changes can make a big difference to employees. Find out what they like and don’t like, or ask if they could make one change what would it be.

Benefits

What do your staff think about the benefits you offer? Which benefits are most important to them? How else could you reward them? Benefits don’t always have to mean big budgets, little things like buying fresh fruit every week make a difference.

Training and Development

Do employees feel like they have the knowledge and expertise required to do their job? Do they think they have opportunities to grow, develop and progress their career?

Work-life Balance

Find out about your employees’ work-life balance. Do they feel pressured into working long hours, or always being available on email? Do they have a long or busy commute? Could flexible hours or remote working improve their well-being?

DATA DRIVEN DECISIONS

Use the feedback you receive to drive change and improve employee satisfaction.

  • Compare teams/departments
  • Identify training or development needs
  • Spot trends and act quickly
  • Relate seasonal peaks with satisfaction
  • Track overall morale and engagement

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IMPROVE SURVEY RESPONSES RATES

Make Responses Anonymous

You’ll receive more completed surveys, and the feedback will be more honest. Keep away from CCTV, management.

Avoid Corporate Language

Make surveys that will engage staff, use friendly every day questions that show you really care and want feedback. If you use jargon or management speak, employees might think that you don’t really care and it’s just a corporate exercise.

Think About The Design

A nicely designed survey that’s user-friendly and isn’t too long improves completion. Changing questions throughout the year to be relevant will keep employees interested.

Communicate The Benefits

Ensure employees know you really care, want to hear feedback and that you will act on their feedback.