Surveying Employees: What’s Gained from the “Inner-view”

Whether you’re trying to get feedback on a new employee benefit, employee morale, or about company management, employee surveys are typically the best way to gather voluntary data and opinions from your workforce.  The problem is how to get the employees to actually participate so you can get their inner-view.  According to PPI, a workplace assessment company, employees ask themselves this question before participating:  “Is this survey safe to answer, and is it worth my time?”  Some feel that their anonymity will be compromised, others fear retaliation from management for their comments, and many simply think the process is an exercise in futility, with HR gathering the information, but doing nothing with it. Read more

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