What is an Employee Engagement Survey?
An Employee Engagement Survey is usually run every 1 or 2 years and covers a wide range of topics.
These can include engagement, colleagues, communication, diversity and inclusion, leadership, management, respectful workplace, reward, role, safety and security, service, values, culture, wellbeing.
Most organisations like to include some questions from previous surveys and some from our bank of benchmark statements. This enables them to assess their progress over time and to measure how their results compare with those of other similar not-for-profit organisations.
Why run an Employee Engagement Survey?
- Understand levels of engagement and the key factors that drive this
- Achieve deep insight into how your employees are feeling
- Identify strengths and areas to prioritise