Employee Surveys

  • Employee Survey Frequently Asked Questions [Answered By Experts]

    In today’s dynamic workplace, employee surveys are essential tools for gauging morale, identifying areas for improvement, and fostering a culture of continuous feedback. As a leading employee survey company, we frequently receive questions about the process, implementation, and utilization of these surveys. To assist those in the same boat, Drive Research addresses the most frequently asked questions about employee surveys below. General How will employees receive the survey? Employees

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  • What is an Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS)?

    Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS): How to Measure & Calculate

    Employee net promoter score (eNPS) helps employers understand how likely employees are to recommend it as a place to work. Alongside other employee satisfaction metrics, this score helps organizations understand employee engagement, identify areas for improvement, and implement strategies to enhance workplace satisfaction and loyalty. Keep reading as we’ll discuss what eNPS is, how to measure and calculate it, and tips for how to improve your employee net promoter score. What is Employee

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  • Blog: The BEST Employee Opinion Survey Questions You Should Ask

    The BEST Employee Opinion Survey Questions You Should Ask

    Understanding employee opinions is a major opportunity for organizations to support overall success. Beyond the questions and data, lies a deeper purpose. Employee opinion surveys are more than just questionnaires. These tools create insight used to build a more connected, fulfilling, and productive workplace. The insights and recommendations used from employee research help spark transformations, redefine priorities, and shape workplace culture. But to be truly impactful, organizations mus

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  • Blog: What Is Employee Wellbeing? The Secret To A Great Workplace

    What Is Employee Wellbeing? The Secret To A Great Workplace

    In today's workplace climate, 73% of employees would consider leaving their jobs for the right offer. How can businesses combat this high number? Ensuring employee wellbeing is one way to go about it. Employee wellbeing encompasses many different areas of their experience. This includes everything from having a positive culture to promoting work-life balance. Keep reading to learn how organizations can measure and improve this essential element. What is Wellbeing at Work? Wellbeing at w

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    Reduce Employee Attrition with These 10 Strategies

    Employee attrition refers to staff members who leave a company. Retaining staff has become an ongoing issue in recent years, with more than 3.98 million workers quitting their jobs each month. In this blog post, Drive Research dives into what causes employee attrition, how to reduce employee turnover and absenteeism, and strategies to help. What Causes Poor Employee Attrition Typically, when human resources (HR) leaders talk about this employee attrition, they are referring to those who

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  • Blog: Conducting New Hire Employee Surveys [+ Example Questions]

    Conducting Employee Onboarding Surveys [+ Best Example Questions]

    Over the past few years, there has been a major effort to attract new talent and increase employee retention rates. Since 2021, we’ve gone from “the great resignation” to “quiet quitting” to “quiet hiring”. These changes have left hiring managers and human resources professionals feeling the pressure to keep strong efforts on employee recruitment and attrition. Sure, employee surveys are a great way to keep the pulse on satisfaction and engagement. But, new hire employee surveys are specif

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  • Blog-Employee Exit Surveys: Benefits, Approaches, and Sample Questions

    Employee Exit Interview Surveys: Questions & Benefits

    Employee turnover can be a significant pain point. With staff turnover reaching 57%, it is seemingly a costly and disruptive issue for businesses everywhere. While some degree of turnover is inevitable, companies can take steps to minimize it by understanding why employees leave and addressing any underlying issues. One effective tool for gaining insights into staff departures is employee exit surveys. By the end of our blog post, you will have a better understanding of how to use exit surv

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  • Blog: Explaining Employee Commitment Surveys [+ Questions To Use]

    Explaining Employee Commitment Surveys [+ Questions To Use]

    Among employee research techniques is a specialized approach called employee commitment surveys. It offers a deeper perspective into the dynamics between employees and their organizations. Unlike traditional employee engagement surveys, these assessments focus specifically on aspects like an individual's alignment with an organization's values, dedication to shared goals, and overall loyalty to their work environment. In this guide, we delve into the significance of employee commitment surve

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  • Blog: How (and Why) Organizations Should Improve Employee Wellbeing

    Improve Employee Wellbeing With These 7 Strategies

    To improve employee well-being means getting to know your employees on a new level. With more than 8 out of 10 employees at risk for burnout in 2024, it’s essential leadership teams begin to address the causes. Employers can start by being proactive about increasing employee satisfaction levels. A key way to kick things off is running regular employee surveys. Doing this will give management teams direct insight into employee sentiment, and allow for them to make relevant improvements. Lear

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  • Budgeting for Employee Engagement in 2020 | Drive Research

    Budgeting for Employee Engagement in 2024

    Some organizations think they know exactly how employees feel and what needs to be done to improve team culture and retention. Unfortunately, these assumptions are usually off-base. For instance, 33% of employees jump ship because they feel bored in the workplace and want to find new challenges. Alternatively, some organizations feel apprehensive about gathering feedback and fear the results and next steps. When Voice of Employee (VoE) research is conducted correctly, these myths are instan

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