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Employee Survey

Very short pulse surveys are gaining popularity, according to a recent WSJ article. These are one- or two-question surveys that employees receive daily, weekly or monthly. Should you replace your annual employee survey with very short pulse surveys? Comprehensive Employee Survey vs. Very Short Pulse Survey Unlike...

January has arrived. As we start the new year, it's essential to review your employee survey questions and see if they provide the insights you need as the talent management landscape changes. These emerging trends in talent management have an impact on your employee survey design....

Flickr photo by Daniel HurstIn a world of complexity, people crave simplicity. In fact, simplicity is the new luxury. How can you apply the philosophy of simplicity in your employee survey design and data collection process and still get valuable results? Simplify the topics. How many topics does your employee survey cover? Do you need to assess all these areas at once? An employee survey with focused topics yields relevant and just-in-time data. It's more manageable. You are less likely to be overwhelmed by tons of data spread across multiple topics.

Survey Questions Makeover Asking questions is easy, but asking valid and unbiased questions is not. What do you need to consider when drafting valid and unbiased employee survey questions? A valid question should be clear, designed to measure what it's set out to measure, and ideally, contains only one concept that you want to assess (i.e., no double-barreled questions). Furthermore, you need to make sure that your rating scale is aligned with how a question is asked. I've seen questions where they ask "how likely are you to do X" while the rating scale shows a five-point satisfaction-dissatisfaction scale or agree-disagree scale. This is very confusing to the respondents and you'll not be able to correctly interpret the survey results.

I'm delighted to share the recording of my recent webinar, Beyond Employee Engagement: Measure What Matters Most and Improve Business Results, with you. In this webinar, you'll: Learn why employee engagement is an important talent management strategy for HR leaders and executives ...