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The Trouble with External Norms

Categories: Employee Satisfaction Surveys|

Many companies like to use an employee survey instrument which has normative data so that they can see how they are doing compared to other companies in their field. This is a mistake. There is only one good reason to conduct a general employee attitude study: To discover the problems [...]

Alternatives to Large Scale Employee Surveys

Categories: Employee Satisfaction Surveys|

The following tips are from Surveying Employees by John E. Jones, Ph.D. and William L. Bearley, Ed.D. Drs. Jones and Bearley are experienced professors and consultants who have done substantial work in the field of employee surveys and 360° feedback with numerous public and private organizations. Survey Projects A number [...]

Tips on Surveying Employees

Categories: Employee Satisfaction Surveys|

The following tips are from Surveying Employees by John E. Jones, Ph.D. and William L. Bearley, Ed.D. Drs. Jones and Bearley are experienced professors and consultants who have done substantial work in the field of employee surveys and 360° feedback with numerous public and private organizations. Things To Do Establish [...]

Why Employee Attitude Surveys Fail

Categories: Employee Satisfaction Surveys|

The following article is adapted from material in the "How to Conduct an Employee Attitude Survey" section of the Survey Tools for Windows manual. Most larger companies conduct employee attitude surveys on an occasional, if not on a regular basis. The senior management people in these organizations will tell you [...]