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Employee Engagement

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SURVEY:

An employee engagement or satisfaction survey identifies strengths and employee concerns and then builds workforce commitment and advocacy and preserves and grows human capital.

As a successful organization you realise the value of creating a positive work environment that is pleasant and motivating to employees so that they can be committed and effective performers. So, with keeping employees happy in mind you have decided to conduct an employee engagement survey. The purpose of this survey was part of an ongoing two-way communication to identify areas in which the organisation can work together to improve your organisation working conditions

SAMPLE ENGAGEMENT SURVEY CONTENTS

SAMPLE SURVEY FINDINGS

MY HAPPINESS QUOTIENT 4.0/78%

This area delves into the extent that employees are happy at XYZ Ltd. This ranges from looking forward to coming to work, balancing home and work issues, having friends as co-workers, trusting colleagues, feeling valued, being proud to work for XYZ and seeing a future to develop further in the organisation.

There is a strong sense of family, contentment, a high degree of pride and good fortune working at XYZ. Employees enjoy coming to work where they have friends and feel they are able to balance work and family commitments. Most feel a future at XYZ but there will always be some who differ. These seem to be from ABC Dept, some at PM Dept. and those with 3-5 years experience and who are in their 30s

YOU CAN FOCUS ONLY ON WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO YOU

The survey can be tailored to your requirements to get feedback on such areas as: the organizational culture, management and supervisory style and support, the effectiveness of performance management, are HR policies fair, to what extent staff enjoy their job, whether they are happy with the work environment and have colleagues as friends. You may also want indications if staff would recommend the company to others and see a future within the organisation.

  • Job Content/Design
  • Responsibilities
  • Employee Development
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Career Development
  • Promotion
  • Recognition
  • Compensation
  • Benefits
  • Procedures
  • Management
  • Leadership
  • Department
  • Supervision
  • Culture/Values
  • Work Life
  • Communication
  • Respect
  • Teamwork
  • Commitment
  • Customer Service
  • Decision Making
  • Empowerment
  • Equality
  • Job Security
  • Safety
  • Satisfaction
  • Barriers to Change

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