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What are employee surveys? An employee survey is a specific kind of satisfaction survey that focuses on the attitudes and perceptions of the staff. Inquiring to learn about leadership effectiveness, satisfaction with benefits, moods about workplace culture and overall attitudes towards the company brand are crucial to having a productive workplace. Anne M. Mulcahy, former chairperson and CEO of Xerox is quoted saying, "Employees who believe that management is concerned about them as a whole person, not just an "employee" - are more productive, more satisfied, more fulfilled. Satisfied employees mean satisfied customers, which leads to profitability."

Creating Employee Surveys Using QuestionPro

Create. Choose from over 50 different survey templates to edit and customize, along with a wide variety of question types to add to your survey.

Distribute. QuestionPro has many options for your to distribute your survey, including email, social media, embedding and even printing signs and flyers.

Analyze. As soon as your results start coming in, you can analyze them using the real-time summary. Export them to Excel of SPSS for more in-depth analysis.

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Types of Employee Survey Questions

QuestionPro Employee Survey Tool - Job Evaluations
Job Evaluation

A classic but fundamental survey, questions on employee motivation, general attitude and overall satisfaction about the company are covered.

Employee Survey Questions for Career Training and Development
Career Training and Development

This survey, consisting mainly of a giant matrix table, gives respondents the opportunity to rate various aspects of the company, giving answer for "very dissatisfied" to "very satisfied".

Employee Surveys for Exit Interviews
Employee Exit Interview

This survey seeks to analyze a respondent's attitude when leaving the company. Topics covered include reason for leaving, in addition to overall satisfaction of the job itself.

Manager Evaluations - Employee Survey Questions & More
Manager Evaluation

The management survey covers basic aspects of supervision. How was communication? How about direction and feedback?

Creating Your First Employee Survey with QuestionPro

No manager wants morose employees. To help you in gathering the thoughts of your staff, we've included a short video clip to help get you started with employee survey creation right away!
Just follow these simple steps to get started!
Step 1: Go to QuestionPro and create an account in seconds;
Step 2: Login to your account and click "Create a Survey";
Step 3: Choose from 3 options to create your employee survey, either by using a template, importing your own, or by creating a brand new one!

Utilizing Employee Survey Questions for Workplace Feedback

Using Employee Surveys for Assessing Staff Attitudes - Things to Keep In Mind

QuestionPro provides a number of ways in survey creation to attain the attitudes of your employees. There are some risks involved when issuing employee surveys, and not taking sufficient caution can backfire. Consider the following:

Benefits

There can be quite a few benefits from issuing employee surveys:

1. You can discover workplace issues that may be causing employee setbacks;
2. Surveys can lead to managers knowing what really motivates their employees to "go the extra mile";
3. Supervisor can find out which employees are simply content and which ones are passionately motivated and love their job.

Disadvantages

Despite the many positives of conducting employee surveys, if not done correctly there can exist huge drawbacks. These are just a few things to remember.

1. Think of the literacy of your employees. A question written by you may not be easily understood by everyone taking the survey.
2. Give the respondent plenty options. Employees may become upset if they feel "forced" to answer in a way that doesn't accurately describe their feelings.
3. Take the information and act on it! If the results show that 90% of respondents feel that employee feedback is an issue, perhaps you should call a manager meeting to discuss the issue.

Sending It Out

When you're about to administer the employee survey, keep these points in mind:

1. Discover possible existing problems in the workplace. Identifying known issues can save time and energy.
2. Consider focusing on certain aspects of the company, instead of trying to cover every little detail in one survey.
3. Transparency. Make the results of the survey public. Don't keep any information hidden - it could portray a bad image on the company, in particular, management that promises "change".

Benefits

There can be quite a few benefits from issuing employee surveys:

1. You can discover workplace issues that may be causing employee setbacks;
2. Surveys can lead to managers knowing what really motivates their employees to "go the extra mile";
3. Supervisor can find out which employees are simply content and which ones are passionately motivated and love their job.

Disadvantages

Despite the many positives of conducting employee surveys, if not done correctly there can exist huge drawbacks. These are just a few things to remember.

1. Think of the literacy of your employees. A question written by you may not be easily understood by everyone taking the survey.
2. Give the respondent plenty options. Employees may become upset if they feel "forced" to answer in a way that doesn't accurately describe their feelings.
3. Take the information and act on it! If the results show that 90% of respondents feel that employee feedback is an issue, perhaps you should call a manager meeting to discuss the issue.

Sending It Out

When you're about to administer the employee survey, keep these points in mind:

1. Discover possible existing problems in the workplace. Identifying known issues can save time and energy.
2. Consider focusing on certain aspects of the company, instead of trying to cover every little detail in one survey.
3. Transparency. Make the results of the survey public. Don't keep any information hidden - it could portray a bad image on the company, in particular, management that promises "change".

Employee Surveys: The QuestionPro Process

Create an Online Employee Survey
Creation

To start creating surveys, create an account on QuestionPro within seconds. After you're logged in, click on "create a survey" to be given access to over 30 templates that are customizable to fit your specific needs. You can change the number of questions, question types, rearrange the order, in addition to customizing the theme. In addition, you can import a survey you've already created or just make a brand new one with QuestionPro's easy-to-use design interface.

Distribute Employee Survey Questions
Distribution

After you're done creating the survey, you can distribute it using one of several options. QuestionPro allows to create and manage your own email lists to easy email distribution. In addition, you post your survey to social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, in addition to embedding your survey on the website or blog. If you're looking for something cool to reach a broader audience, QuestionPro allows you to generate a QR code as well.

Analyze Employee Survey Responses
Analysis

Viewing results is easy and intuitive using QuestionPro. At any point during the survey, you can view, in real-time, the latest survey results alongside graphical aids such as graphs and charts. When you want to create a report, you can customize it by applying filtering, using PivotTables as well as viewing trend analysis. If you need something a little more advanced, you can always export the raw data for importing into Excel or SPSS. Distribution of your survey results is made easy with QuestionPro.

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