If you’re a list-maker like me, you’ve probably noticed your number of ‘to-dos’ is growing and you’re wondering how you’ll check off all of those items. With everything you’re trying to accomplish before the end of the year, an employee engagement survey is probably not topping your list of priorities. But here’s a really good reason why it should be: Studies suggest over 80% of the worldwide workforce is disengaged.*
When you consider that disengaged employees lead to dissatisfied customers, and that churn created from customer loss leads to revenue loss, the impact is staggering. But keeping employees engaged doesn’t happen overnight or by chance. That’s why, even with all of the year-end deadlines, holiday parties, and gingerbread lattes, it really is a good idea to take the pulse of your workforce.Studies suggest over 80% of the worldwide workforce is disengaged. Click To Tweet
Measuring employee satisfaction is the first step toward an engaged, productive workplace. Whether it’s a quick check-in or a review of internal operations, ensuring all’s well with your team goes a long way toward ensuring all’s well with your business. And while the end of the year can be stressful, I can’t think of a better way to start a new year than with a positive and engaged team.
Need a hand? Our polished, proven templates can get you off and running! Commit to sending a survey before the end of the year and you’ll have data that can help you drive employee satisfaction in the new year.
Here are a few sample surveys that make our “nice” list:
- Employee Engagement Sample Survey
- Employee Work-Life Balance
- Company Culture Survey
- Employee Job Satisfaction Survey Sample
- Internal Satisfaction with Departments Sample Survey
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