To better employees experience and increase their engagement, the organization must listen to the employees. A better way to achieve this is through an employee survey, but it can be of no use if they receive a low rate response. The surveys have been an actual problem in most of the companies, especially when trying to run the employee survey the first time. However, the following "10" key aspects will assist in study project and encourage engagement between the leaders and staff involved.

Keep it relevant

The first goal you should have in mind when creating an employee survey identifies the target audience. The goals will determine who you want to study and the question you want to ask. With the quizzes being relevant, it's likely that they will employee will answer.

Keep the survey short and interesting

When creating the survey question keep the questions brief and clear. The employees are likely not to respond any question if they are too long, or they do not understand the expected answer from them.

Develop a good communication plan.

Create a comprehensive plan that supports each stage of the survey. The plan should include the events to take place during the review, budget, and the responsibilities. Without a well-organized plan, the employees will fail to understand the importance of the survey.

Use simple and precise language

One of the employee survey best practices is to avoid acronyms and obscure terms that may result in the employee giving a misleading answer.Time the survey

For better results, send the survey in the right time. The workers are likely to give a better and accurate answers while the events are still fresh in their minds. Time study smartly.

Keep the review personal

Personalize the study based on the role and the skills of the employees. Personalizing enhances the response rate and the staff engagement

Take follow up actions

Not only do the employee like giving feedback, but they also like efforts on their response. Follow-up actions will encourage the employee always to engage in a survey.

Communicate early

Send an email, publish in organization newsletters and meetings of the subsequent study. Communication will do the trick and if the customers are aware they will participate.

Share the results

Always share the results. With the employee knowing they will get the results back they will participate more.

Get managers on board

The survey is likely to get better results if the managers/supervisor are convinced of the business relevance and know how to implement the results they obtain from the study.