Employee engagement and satisfaction measures

As the economy bites harder organisations of all sizes are having to tighten their belts, yet at the same time engaging with employees and retention of key people have never been more important. Over the past 12 months the development team at RapidBI have been preparing for this time.

At the NFEA annual conference RapidBI showcased its new EESS – Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Survey.

The EESS is a unique combination of four key factors:
  • An employee engagement survey
  • A staff satisfaction survey
  • A ready to run ‘out of the box survey’
  • An easy to integrate custom question module (included)
The whole process can be managed on-line and requires no specialist training or accreditation. Users have the option of ‘pay as you go’ or for freelance consultants or providers becoming a ‘listed’ user and having instant access to the family of diagnostic tools available.
To keep the process as quick and cost effective as possible the EESS allows users to have up to 10 of their own unique questions in addition to the standard question set.
Once a user has purchased the survey for their organisation (or client) they are taken through some simple steps to configure the survey and add their questions. When they are ready to go they communicate their customised user-names and passwords, and when the ‘closing date’ of the survey has passed the administrator logs in to their control panel and downloads their reports – easy!
Comparison Graphics
The EESS automatically produces graphics and analysis of results and runs a comparison of your organisations results against those held on the database. In addition when you re-run the survey you have the ability of seeing any change against previous results.
Easy, ready to run and low cost – a welcome in the challenging economic climate we find ourselves in.

Mike Morrison is director of RapidBI, an organizational effectiveness consultancy. He has been involved in HR, OD and strategic development for over 20 years. He can be contacted via www.rapidbi.com/

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