More than just an employee survey
TINYpulse discovers how your employees are feeling, and performing
Employee surveys are suffering, and it's probably because you're not asking the right questions. To get the most out of your employee engagement survey, you can't expect to ask any old question whenever you feel like it. The correct employee engagement survey questions need to be asked at the right frequency to get a continuous stream of helpful feedback.
It’s widely known that when employees are satisfied with their jobs, they’re much more likely to be happy, more engaged, and more productive. Since successful companies are built on the backs of satisfied and motivated employees, it would seem like a no-brainer that organizations would care deeply about employee satisfaction.
When you're putting out your first-ever Gender Equity Report, like TINYpulse is this week, it's always good to talk to someone with a doctorate in Diversity, Inclusion, and Innovation. Dr. Sarah Saska not only matches that description, she gave us some really helpful advice: to make sure our research didn't encourage the homogenization of women in the workforce.