Employee Satisfaction Survey
Employee Satisfaction Surveys are a powerful tool whose time has come. A satisfied employee is not only a productive employee, he is also a loyal employee, a rather rare species in these ‘happy to job-hop’ times.
Employees are often too timid to air their grievances openly. In much the same way, there are hardly any means for organizations to know employee attitudes and motivation. This void is easily filled by Employee Satisfaction Surveys that give the employees the liberty to say what they want to say and the employers the means to know what they must know.
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Employee Satisfaction Survey - An Index to Employee Opinions
For your convenience and ease of reference, we have created a template of Employee Satisfaction Survey. You can use this template as such or modify it to suit your needs. Alternatively, you can design your own survey from scratch.
How would you grade the Employee Grievance Handling Process of the company?
Does it even exist?
Do you feel your compensation is commensurate with your work and responsibilities?
What things would you like to see improved/changed/added in the company?
The formal opportunities you get to interact with other employees in the company are:
Not very frequent
You would rate your prospects of career advancement in your company as:
How long do you see yourself continuing to work in the company?
So long as I don't have a better job offer
Another few months
Another few years
As long as possible
Are you comfortable with the management style followed in the company?
If no, then please explain what you don't
Have you ever experienced or noticed any of the following kinds of discrimination in the company? (Choose all that apply.)
Please specify your gender. (Optional)
How would you rate the following?
Internal Communication (Formal Channels)
Rewards and Recognition
How long have you been working in the company? (Optional)
Less than six months
Less than a year
Less than two years
Less than 5 years
Less than 10 years
How often are you involved in the decision-making process in the company?
What would you describe your working relationship with your immediate supervisor/manager as? (Choose all that apply.)
Lacking in trust
How satisfied are you with the physical conditions of work in your office?
Not very satisfied
Not at all satisfied
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