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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Employee Feedback (5)

The Ultimate Employee Feedback Action Plan

As a manager, you probably think you’re doing an awesome job of running the show. No one’s ever complained about anything, so that must mean that everything you’re doing is perfect, everyone’s happy, and nothing needs to change. There’s no need to ask employees for feedback, right?

Why Waiting 12 Months for Employee Feedback Leads to Attrition

How many of you are still relying on the annual employee engagement surveys? How’s that going for you? If you’re grunting at how they have done absolutely nothing for your workplace, then we can probably tell you why.

The Real Danger in Ignoring Employee Feedback Survey Results

You’ve completed your latest employee feedback survey, gathered the responses, and analyzed the results. So you might be wondering, what’s next?

The One Critical Thing You Need to Ask During Employee Onboarding

Having another set of eyes available to check things over is always a good practice. While you may want to look to outside parties for help, you actually have a great resource of fresh perspectives already available to you: new employees. Joel Ballezza of Expedia, Inc., explains that asking for employee feedback from day one is an underused practice that can benefit your company culture. Here are some of the ways in which it can help you:

3 Damning Reasons the Open-Door Policy Doesn’t Work

The open-door policy is a beautiful idea — in theory. The communication policy encourages employees to speak their minds on issues within the company and offer suggestions for improvement. “Open-door,” in essence, means that managers are always welcoming feedback by metaphorically or physically leaving their office doors open.

How Terrible Managers Respond to Negative Employee Feedback

Asking your employees for feedback is, by all accounts, a good idea. When employees have the chance to open up about their concerns and issues, managers get insight into what’s working and what can be improved.