Weekly Culture Wins
A lot goes into carrying out a successful employee engagement survey. But mistakes can happen along the way. Here are three of the six most common:
- Your employee engagement survey isn’t backed by research. With all of the technology available these days, it’s tempting to craft the survey yourself. And with 100+ providers out there, it’s entirely possible you’re working with someone who lacks the right qualifications to handle your sensitive data.
- Your survey asks the wrong questions — or bad questions. What your survey asks employees has a direct impact on the quality of data it yields. This includes leading or biased statements, double-barreled questions, ambiguity, and more.
- You can’t make sense of the survey data. Numbers, figures, and overly complicated charts make it difficult to understand what’s going on inside your culture. As a result, it’s almost impossible for you to move from data to insights and action.