One of the most common values that companies and businesses embody is a commitment to continuous improvement. By issuing surveys regularly, whether they consist of simple questions or free-form answers, organizations can get feedback, acquire insights, and discuss issues surrounding the aspects of company morale and employee satisfaction. With the continued use of surveys, companies are challenged to deliver bigger and better results not only for their business, but for those who make the business possible.
In these times of rapid change and growth – as well as wide room for employee churn – it’s essential that organizations stay open to adopting new platforms and technology as part of their strategy to scale. This kind of technology opens the door for many teams to see what’s working for their employees, what’s not, and how to change it in order to (enthusiastically) retain their valuable performers.