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Employee Attitude Survey Questionnaires: Implementing a Past Survey

Distributing employee attitude survey questionnaires is a big undertaking for any business, whether you’re a small, family-owned company or a large corporation. If you’ve deployed employee attitude surveys in the past, you may be wondering if you have to reinvent the wheel, so to speak, when you create your new questionnaire. Is it possible to pull in information from a past survey into a new employee attitude survey questionnaire?

At Flex Surveys, we say “yes.” We believe that incorporating information from past employee attitude survey questionnaires is critical to the long term success of the survey process. We help you along every step of the survey creation process to custom tailor our product to your specific needs. Best of all, you maintain full flexibility as you design your employee attitude survey questionnaire.

Why should my company incorporate a past employee attitude survey questionnaire?

One of the main benefits of incorporating past employee attitude survey questionnaire data is that it helps your company establish internal benchmarks in the areas you’re studying through the survey. With internal benchmarks, you compare the past results in a particular area of your survey (for example, employees’ overall satisfaction with the company) with those that come in from the new employee attitude survey questionnaire. By measuring the difference between the first and second surveys, the survey management team can determine whether or not new initiatives are working or whether a new action plan should be created in order to raise employee satisfaction. In addition to internal benchmarks, Flex Surveys also adds key driver questions to your employee attitude survey questionnaire so that your results can be factored into standards for your industry, region, or other segments.

How is a past employee attitude survey questionnaire incorporated into a new survey?

When you partner with Flex Surveys, we’ll review your past employee attitude survey questionnaires to be certain that all important areas of your corporate culture are covered. We’ll incorporate as many questions as we can from your previous survey so historical trends and statistics can be recorded. We’ll also import all of your past survey results into our system and include them in our report to you.

Plus, we’ll identify questions that can be used for internal and external benchmarking and we’ll make sure that your employee attitude survey questionnaire is in line with industry standards.

What other options does Flex Surveys offer?

Flex Surveys offers a choice of three employee attitude survey questionnaire templates. We recommend that any company compare and contrast their past employee attitude survey questionnaire to our templates to ensure that you’re getting the right choice for your particular needs. Click the links below to view samples of each survey type.

Flex 15: Our Flex 15 survey gives you a “big picture” perspective on your employees’ attitudes. This survey is fast and easy, making it perfect for situations where employees have limited time and/or computer access.

Flex 50: Our Flex 50 survey is beneficial for companies of all sizes and can be completed in about 10 minutes. This survey strikes a perfect balance between shorter surveys and longer surveys, meaning you’ll get more responses as well as specific, actionable data.

Flex 100: Our Flex 100 survey is perfect for medium to large businesses with multiple locations and takes between 20 and 30 minutes to complete. Detailed reports are provided with breakdowns by branch, office, workgroup, or other segments.

Just as our name states, flexibility sets us apart from the competition. Our business is based on customizing surveys for our customers. At Flex Surveys, that’s the rule—not the exception. We believe you’ll find our team to be the best at listening to your needs and finding ways to build a survey that delivers the right information for you. Contact us today to start the conversation.

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