How to Get Employees to Actually Respond to Engagement Surveys
It can be hard to speak up while at work about things that are not meeting your expectations. Or the opposite – activities or good deeds that go unrecognized that you feel should be acknowledged. Therefore, employee engagement surveys can be a useful tool when it comes to seeking an understanding of how the workforce is feeling about the company.
However, sometimes staff members refuse to participate, or the responses are too minimal to turn into action, or so negative that HR feels defeated.
Being strategic about engagement surveys will not only drive up response rates but also provoke the kind of high-quality employee feedback that can be used to drive wanted positive changes.