From an employee's onboarding experience through to the time they depart, our tools and analysis can help you get your arms around the employee engagement challenge. Our goal is to make it easy for you with our acclaimed employee survey methodologies and reports.
We are unique in examining all aspects of the employee experience through the "4Cs model" - Commitment, Culture, Communications and Compensation. And we can do it at all stages of your employees' tenure with your company.
With all of our survey tools, we use our expertise to make things easy for you while still getting you the critical information you need to make the right decisions.
Since 2001, we've helped thousands of organizations of all sizes design and conduct employee surveys, 360 multi-rater surveys, employee exit surveys, new hire onboarding surveys and other research tools to make getting HR insight less of a chore.
There are some great, inexpensive survey tools that make this process seem easy and cheap, but there are three big reasons why it's not as easy as you think and why it can be a bad idea for you or your organization to tackle projects like this without expert help.
First, survey anonymity is critical to achieve both good participation and honest responses. If you do your own surveys in-house, it's impossible to make your employees believe that their feedback is anonymous. Even the "perception" that management is singling out individuals based on their responses can scuttle your survey. As a 3rd-party we guarantee that anonymity is protected and feedback is honest.
Second, your time is valuable. Even the most experienced survey analysts need adequate time to do this well. If you fail to account for the hours of survey management, data analysis and report production time that you and your team will spend, then you are not counting all the costs. HR should be using its valuable time to implement action plans based on solid analysis and conclusions. Design, analysis and reporting is where we excel and that saves you time and money in the long run.
Last, you won't have benchmarks. Without valid normative data, how will you know if your scores are good or bad relative to your industry? For example, if your survey results indicate that only 45% of your employees are satisfied with their pay, you need to know if this result is on a par with other employers or if it represents a weakness. Only national and industry norms can show you this and we can provide you that data. Click here to learn more.
The bottom line is that DIY surveys are usually a false ecomony and come with unavoidable risks. Let us give you a quote today and you'll find out just how much value you can get for much less than you might think. Read our FAQs if you have more questions.