While 52% of senior managers feel the annual engagement survey is an accurate assessment, 48% of employees do not. Factor in that 1/4 of managers think the surveys are pointless and you have a problem.
Annual surveys encompass such a long period of time that it becomes difficult to accurately measure which initiatives have been effective and which are not.
In addition, it limits the ability to make changes to engagement and motivation policies as they need to happen and before it’s too late to correct any potential damage.
An employee pulse survey is useful as a tool for monitoring engagement, but it can also be applied to other situations. A pulse survey might be used to evaluate new procedures, strategies, and business practices to measure their effectiveness.
Paired with annual surveys, the pulse survey is a powerful tool that can keep your goals targeted and productive.
This post for Process Street will cover everything you need to know about employee pulse surveys – and provide a template you can start using immediately with your free Process Street account.
- Employee Pulse Survey template
- What’s the difference between a pulse survey & an engagement survey?
- Pulse survey best practices
- Optimize employee engagement with this free pulse survey template
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