TSI Blog

Employee Surveys – the true value of external benchmarking

August 31st, 2011 by Gary Cattermole | 3 Responses

When conducting any type of employee survey for our clients, be it engagement, empowerment, motivation and even work life balance – we are nearly always asked if we can provide comparisons against other organisations.

And, like any good employee research organisation, we do provide external comparisons.  We have a normative database of survey results from a wide range of clients.

However, we always ask our clients the following:

  • When describing your organisation do you detail what makes your organisation the same as every other?
  • If you are ‘pitching for new business’ do you include unique selling points that differentiate your organisation from others?

I suspect the answers to the above two questions are ‘No’ and ‘Yes’ and I wouldn’t be surprised either.

Each and every organisation is unique, from an organisations culture and values, through to it’s management style.  So why is there such a demand for external … read more »

RSS scoop.it FormSpring Twitter LinkeIn Facebook Google+
Email us directly...

All fields are required.

Thank You!

Thank you for contacting us. We'll review your request shortly and get back to you.

Oops!

There was an error processing your request.

Please reload this page and try again.

If you continue to receive this message, please e-mail us.

Content