Research shows that Line Managers don’t act on their employee survey feedback – is this true?

Recent research from AON Hewitt and their European Engagement database suggests that line managers are not acting on their employee engagement survey feedback – on average spending only two to five days a year on engagement relating activities. Is this really true and reflective? Certainly one of employees major...

Engaging the organisation in employee survey action planning

As a follow up to our last blog on getting the most from action planning after your employee survey we thought we would provide you with some innovative ideas for engaging employees in the survey and the resulting actions. Act Local The idea of localness is important in raising...

Employee survey – setting improvement actions

This is the last in our series of blogs looking at getting the most from your employee survey.  You can read the previous blogs here.  In this blog we’ll look at setting improvement actions as a result of survey feedback.  An area oft forgotten! Arguably the most important aspect...

Employee survey analysis and reporting

Following on from our last recent blog ‘Designing your employee survey’.  Here is our latest about employee surveys, we cover analysis, reporting and benchmarking in further detail. There are many different ways to analyse and report employee survey results. Each organisation has to decide on the best method for...

Designing your employee survey

This is the eighth blog in our series and explains how to design your employee survey. You can read all our previous blogs here. Once the aims and objectives have been set and a general approach agreed, the next move should be to design your employee survey. There are...

Communicating your employee survey

Here is our seventh blog in our series explaining how to communicate your employee survey.  You can read all our previous blogs here. The success of the survey will depend on employees buying in to it. If they believe that improvements will result from the survey, they are more...

Top tips for online employee surveys

This is the sixth blog in our summer series explaining how to get the most from your employee survey.  You can read all our previous blogs here. Don’t use too many colours or fonts – they are distracting. On the other hand, emboldening, italicising and changing the colours of...

Selecting the right approach for your employee survey

Here is the fifth in our summer series about how to get the most from your employee survey.  This blog and our previous discusses the various approaches for your survey. You can view all our blogs to date here. Census or sample? Having defined your survey objectives and selected...

Is quantitative or qualitative research the right approach for your survey?

This is now the fourth in our summer series about how to get the most from your employee survey.  This blog and our next will be discussing the various approaches for your survey.  You can read all our previous blogs here. In our last blog we looked at defining...

Defining your aims and objectives when conducting employee research and employee surveys

Welcome to the third in our summer series of blogs about how to get the most from your employee survey.  You can read the previous blogs in this series here. Before embarking on your survey, define your objectives. Clear objectives linked to the business and its strategy should help...