Labor Day Resolutions to Engage Your Employees

The origins of Labor Day can be traced back to one of the most tumultuous decades for workers’ rights in U.S. history. At the height of the Industrial Revolution, manufacturing was booming and the demand for cheap labor was unrelenting. Faced with abominable working conditions, exploitive more

20 Most Popular Posts of 2012

While we highlight the most popular posts from a given month in our newsletter, one of my favorite activities is to look back and see what posts were the most popular overall each year. Keeping with tradition, here's a look back across the 20 most popular posts of 2012!   Customer Loyalty Month: more

After the Merger: Survey Employees

While I have discussed many opportunities to collect feedback from employees, one of the most crucial times to check in on employee morale and commitment is after a big change, such as a merger or an acquisition. With change comes uncertainty, and it's very important to gauge how workers feel more

Restore Confidence Among Employees

A hostile work environment is often an unproductive one. In tough economic times, the top priority among employees is job stability. As cutbacks and layoffs occur and work piles up, however, employees tend to lose the drive and enthusiasm that got them hired in the first place. The 2010 more

Everyone Matters in Employee Surveys

From small businesses to major corporate headquarters, most offices rely on a team of employees to handle administrative duties such as answering phones, making copies, arranging travel schedules and a variety of other daily responsibilities. These are some of the most important members of more

Employee Morale Survey - Reviews Aren't One Sided

In one of my recent posts, I explored the value of conducting employee training surveys to recognize the strengths and weaknesses of your company's training program. While understanding how well you are preparing your workers for their responsibilities is crucial, checking to make sure they more

Understanding the Net Promoter Scale to Grow Your Business

In our last post about increasing customer loyalty, we learned about finding your promoters using customer satisfaction surveys. In this post, we will take a more in-depth look at the Net Promoter Scale and what it means for your success. What is the Net Promoter Scale? The Net Promoter Scale uses more

Get Ideas from Sample Survey Designs and Layouts

How information is presented can influence how it’s received and people interacted with it. That’s why we have graphic designers. If designs and layouts didn’t matter, we’d simply stick to words on a page.Appearance does matter, even in survey form design and layout. Will people be receptive more

Is Workforce Performance the Problem?

Is productivity less than you hoped? Is your company failing to meet benchmarks? And are you blaming workforce performance? Workforce performance might not be the problem. It might be employee satisfaction – or dissatisfaction – that’s causing the poor workforce performance. And if that’s the case, more

Study Employee Survey Samples Before Writing Employee Surveys

If sitting down to start writing employee surveys means you’re staring at a blank screen with no idea where to start, start with some sample employee survey questions. Don’t worry, you’re not plagiarizing. You’re drawing from a useful resource: employee morale survey samples that will help you do more
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