Employee satisfaction is crucial, but the path to improving it isn’t always straightforward.
Factors such as motivation, career growth, compensation and team morale influence how satisfied your employees feel.
A crucial factor in improving employee satisfaction—and thus productivity—is to continually gauge satisfaction levels. Nine out of 10 (89%) HR leaders agree that ongoing peer feedback and check-ins are essential for successful outcomes. A targeted survey helps you collect such feedback—and the results can be surprising.
For example, most employers think a salary increase is the best way to satisfy employees, but 84% of working professionals in the UK believe that enjoying their jobs is a better measure of career success.
Another survey, by Udemy, found that 42% of millennial employees consider learning and development as the most important benefit when deciding where to work.
Follow these guidelines to ensure your survey is efficient and effective:
Here are 10 key survey questions. Because your survey should be short, try out different questions at various times to see which are most valuable.