The Survey Initiative has been appointed to work with Scania (Great Britain) Limited – a major supplier to British industry of trucks, buses and marine engines – to analyse employee engagement.
Scania (Great Britain) Limited has decided to analyse the levels of employee engagement in its 1400 employees which are spread across over 40 sites throughout the UK. The company intends to understand what employees believe is good about working for Scania as well as what they can do better.
Sarah Taylor, Head of Human Resources , explains: “An employee survey is a great way of gathering the views of employees from Inverness to Redruth on a range of topics. Employees already have the chance to make their views known via employee forums and various other channels, but the survey will help us to spot overall trends and to understand which issues are of most importance to our employees.”
She continued: “It’s not all about focussing on the negatives if we can … read more »
Schaeffler Case Study
We are pleased to announce that a new case study has been made available via our website.
The case study details our recent work with Schaeffler to deliver a multi-lingual internal communications survey to over 12,000 employees across the Asia Pacific region. One of the main focuses of the research project, for us, was to ensure that the survey was translated correctly and the meaning of the questions wasn’t ‘lost in translation’. In addition, Schaeffler wanted the survey to provide actionable outputs – they wanted to ensure that positive change could be implemented as a direct result of feedback from the survey. The practical changes included:
- Top management at ‘Town Hall’ style meetings for shop floor employees
- Plant Manager mailbox for shop floor employees
- Move to more people oriented stories in publications
You can access the case study here: http://www.surveyinitiative.co.uk/case-studies/schaeffler/
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The Survey Initiative has won a new contract to survey levels of employee engagement at DACS (Design and Artists Copyright Society) following a five-way pitch.
The not-for-profit organisation, which was set up 29 years ago to manage artists’ rights and ensure they are recognised financially and morally, has recently undergone a period of organisational change. DACS are now keen to understand how engaged their workforce are.
Hannah Ahmed, Human Resources Manager, explains: “As a company we are hoping to gain a good understanding of our current employee engagement having recently been through a restructure which generated a great deal of organisational change. We are also hoping to be able to benchmark our company against similar organisations to discover how we fare when pitted against our external counterparts.”
The Survey Initiative will work in partnership with DACS to deliver an independent analysis of employee engagement within the organisation.
Gary Cattermole, Director, The Survey Initiative, adds: “We’re delighted to be working with DACS to benchmark levels … read more »