Companies Don’t Have to Get Employee Feedback About Everything

Employee feedback and surveys can be good tools for communication, but frustration happens when employees feel their opinions aren’t being considered. There are things often included in surveys that just don’t need to be there. Considering how and what you are looking for in employee feedback can be crucial to help improve how things are run at your company. Here is a guideline of what you should (and should not) be asking in employee surveys.

Reflect on these key points:

  • 1Companies frequently ask for employee feedback, have them fill out surveys, then do nothing with it.
  • 2Employee feedback is a valuable tool that most companies are wasting.
  • 3Companies should hold themselves accountable for keeping a pulse on their work force.

“Managers can’t keep their heads in the sand about workplace trends.”

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