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5 Best Practices to build a kickass Employee Feedback Form

5 Best Practices to build a kickass Employee Feedback Form

Do you know that 79% of people quit their jobs because of ‘lack of appreciation’? (Source: Global Studies) Employee Feedback is a key indicator of employee retention, productivity, and satisfaction. It helps you ensure enhanced production, efficiency, and happiness of employees. Further, it also assists you in improving the work culture. The best practice to know employee perspective is to conduct regular Employee Feedback Surveys and get direct insights from them. It gives you a solid idea about how employees are feeling and what they really think about work culture, opportunities, facilities and loyalty. Most of the companies (including yours perhaps) are already using feedback forms to gauge employee satisfaction. Unfortunately, only few are able to get the most out of human capital even after using it at its best. Here’s what usually goes wrong. Lack of Variety of Questions. Different touchpoints and surveys include similar questions. Lack of Connect with Employees. Questions don’t connect with employees at all. This leads to lack of engagement by employees. Lack of Industry Standard Metrics. No or minimal use of industry metrics or standards make your reports meaningless and ineffective. Lack of Focused Surveys. You’re not asking the right questions, at the right place and at the right intervals. Read on to know the best practices to follow to create a great employee survey form-one that yields the right reports for your company. Have a look. 5 best practices to create an Employee Feedback Form   1. Determine the objective of the employee survey clearly  Make sure to define…read more

Employee Surveys and Feedback – why does your organization need them?

Your organization’s a happy one – contented employees, increasing profits and a large and loyal customer base. Unfortunately, not most organizations can toe a similar line. Clear expectations from employers results in better employee loyalty to the company and lower employee turnover, along with positive word of mouth publicity. The key is to ensure employee happiness and it depends on periodically taking employee surveys. Employee surveys can ensure that you’re going in the right direction. Ways in which employee surveys can be helpful for an organizationread more
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