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The Survey Initiative And Vimto Make Shortlist Of CIPR Pride Awards

July 24th, 2017 by Hilary Collins | No Responses

We’re delighted that our work in partnership with soft drinks giant, Vimto, has been shortlisted for the Chartered Institute of Public Relations CIPR Pride Awards (Anglia, Thames and Chiltern) for Best Internal Communications Campaign.

We’ve been working with Vimto for three years and have helped the company achieve incredibly high levels of employee engagement, as well as supporting the company in the development of its values. Lynne Poole, Head of Human Resources, Vimto, explains: “We have always prided ourselves on being a great place to work. Thanks to The Survey Initiative we have been able to pinpoint areas we can become even better at. To this end we embarked on a consultation with our employees where the company values were created from the bottom-up and have been completely embraced by all.”

Since 2015 we’ve continued to work in partnership with Vimto to gauge their employees’ views on their workplace and the results have been amazing.  Gary Cattermole, Director, The Survey … read more »

Work Experience

June 27th, 2017 by Amber McKinney | No Responses

As part of my first year of sixth form, my heads of year have organised a week dedicated to work experience for everyone, including myself. They spent at least a month tailoring each individual schedule for every student, and spent many phone calls trying to find businesses willing to take on students for the week. Each student was asked which area of work they would like to get into in the future, and I chose IT and anything to do with computers. Finding nearby work experience to fit that area, especially in Essex, was challenging. However, after some arrangements and a last-minute phone call, I managed to snag two days of work experience at The Survey Initiative. I was very pleased with how it is going, especially since all I thought I would be doing is making coffee and ‘housekeeping’ for the employees.

Finishing my first day, I completed some alphabetising, helped organise the office calendar, as well as some data … read more »

Bernard Jenkin MP Officially Opens Our New Offices

February 20th, 2017 by Jaime Johnson | No Responses

We were recently joined by our local MP, Bernard Jenkin, who kindly popped by on his day out in his constituency to officially open our new offices. It proved a lovely occasion for all our team to get-together and have lunch with Bernard. We were surprised and fascinated to hear his views on employee engagement and how government are working to increase levels of employee engagement with their workforce. Quite a lengthy and interesting conversation flowed with an invite to add our views on cultural change to the government’s consultation on the issue, which we’re very excited to be a part of.

Bernard was also very interested to hear about our growth and to meet our two newest employees, one a recent graduate from the University of Essex and was keen to hear more about how we’ll be working more closely with the University in the future. He was also surprised to hear that … read more »

Helping Heartwood Forest To Grow

February 6th, 2017 by Alison McKinney | No Responses

We’re a very passionate company. We’re passionate about what we do, we’re passionate about the environment, and we’re passionate about trees.

So, in a bid to help offset our carbon footprint, we’re going to help Heartwood Forest grow.

Heartwood Forest is an ancient woodland, situated near St Albans, and is owned and managed by The Woodland Trust. It is in fact made up of four woods, Langley Wood, Pismire Spring, Well and Pudler’s Wood and Round Wood amounting to a whopping 858 acre site. Once fully planted, it will become England’s largest continuous native forest.

To date, 500,000 trees have been planted by hard working volunteers, and the aim is to complete the planting over the next few years with an additional 100,000 trees.

Heartwood is not only made up of newly planted trees. There are pockets of ancient woodland with carpets of beautiful bluebells as well as other wildflower meadows. There are old hedgerows, open grassland, and … read more »

We are hiring!

August 29th, 2016 by Gary Cattermole | No Responses

Yes, that’s right – we are expanding yet again – we’d be delighted to hear from you if this is right for you!

Research Analyst

The Survey Initiative are offering an exciting opportunity to join our expanding employee research consultancy as a Research Analyst. We are a driven, passionate and friendly team offering exceptional levels of service and extremely high quality research to a diverse and varied client base of multinationals and big brands.

Liaising closely with the project team, you will be responsible for working with data sets in order to carry out bespoke analysis on a range of different projects. This will include but not be limited to collating, importing, cleaning, validating, interpreting and analysing qualitative and quantitative information using statistical techniques, diagrams, tables, charts and graphs to inform reports and presentations.

You will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in Statistics, Marketing, Business or related field and/or three years of related experience.
  • Good experience in data analysis and reporting, ideally in a research … read more »
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