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Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Topic: Employee Surveys (5)

Visualizing and Documenting Organizational Change

Organizational change has slightly different meanings for every organization. It can be structural, strategic, technological, cultural, or a combination of these. It can happen slowly and gradually as a natural evolution, or it can be deliberately implemented over a given time period. 

Employee survey questions about benefits

Annual or hourly pay is a very important part of the “big picture” your company offers to attract talent and retain valued staff.

10 Employee Survey Questions with the Highest Response Rates Ever

Employee engagement surveys aren’t just something you implement because you’re supposed to. Findings from Gallup show that highly engaged business units are 21% more profitable than their counterparts.

How to Conduct Employee Surveys to Engage Your Team (And Grow Your Business)

Between monitoring finances and looking for new opportunities to scale your business, how do you manage to stay connected with your employees?

Why Running Your Employee Satisfaction Survey Is So Important

  You've heard of employee surveys. You've probably responded to a few. But when you're in charge of measuring sentiment or running ANY employee survey it's completely different. It's HARD to run a proper survey. Which is why some consultants get paid SIX FIGURES to run a proper survey for just a few thousand employees. Today I'm going to show you why your survey is more important than you think. The main reason is simple. Happy employees are the key to happy customers. Let me explain.

Women Making Waves: Dr. Sarah Saska, CEO of Feminuity

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.