Survey anonymity is freeing for employees and best for candid insights.

by Laura Brinton

Weekly Culture Wins

 

People are more willing to share feedback and new ideas when an employee survey is anonymous. Our research suggests it’s the best way for an employee to feel heard. It also helps management to understand what’s really happening deep within the organization. This is where the seeds of innovation and performance exist, as does the opportunity to benefit from a truly engaged workforce.

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