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Get a 95% participation rate on you next employee survey

Posted by Marie Le Bras on Apr 30, 2019 12:01:00 PM

 

The employee participation rate gauges the reliability of your survey results. The score itself is a key measure of employee engagement. It indicates employees' willingness to share their opinion and feelings toward your company. A low participation rate indicates a warning signal on talent attrition. Non-respondents having a 2.7x higher likelihood of leaving the company within 6 months.

So, the higher the participation rate, the better. But the truth is, HR leaders spend hours and a lot of energy and resources on employee surveys to get very low participation scores at the end.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Feedback Survey

Turn Employee Feedback into Meaningful Action Plans

Posted by PeopleFirst on Mar 27, 2019 10:37:20 AM

You have just spent weeks planning and conducting your survey… Now what? What do the results mean? Who do you communicate the results to and how do you share them? Using information derived from survey results can help your organisation improve employee experience and detect problems before they occur. Effective survey analysis and action plans can lead to significant return on investment.

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Topics: Performance Management, Feedback Survey

How to Choose the Right Employee Survey Frequency

Posted by Cynthia Giles on Jul 13, 2017 8:37:58 AM

You might find it difficult to believe, but the annual employee survey is almost a hundred years old! In the 1920s, big industrial companies began the practice of asking employees, once a year, about their job satisfaction to search for ways to improve productivity. One time a year was how frequent employee surveys were sent.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, EngageRocket, HR analytics, Leadership, Feedback Survey

How to Give Effective Performance Appraisals

Posted by Satya Balanagu on Dec 15, 2016 6:35:00 AM

HR professionals, managers and employees groan inwardly at the mention of performance appraisals.

Yet, annual performance appraisals continue to dominate the workplace.

But do we need them?

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Topics: EngageRocket, HR analytics, Leadership, Performance Management, Feedback Survey