Are your employees telling the truth in surveys?

Seeking feedback is a smart move, but are you undermining your pulse polls and long-form surveys with a closed workplace culture? A new guide reveals how to fix that.

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Why employees lie on surveys

What do transparent workplaces have to do with ice machines and coffeemakers?

Lots, it turns out.

When you solicit employees’ opinions in pulse polls on the little things—such as the appliances in the lunchroom—they are more likely to take you seriously on the big questions about whether they have the tools and management support they need.

That’s one of the conclusions of a free download from Ragan Communications and ContactMonkey, “7 ways to get honest feedback from employee surveys.”

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