When COVID-19 circled the globe, organisations were forced to adapt quickly. Many demonstrated an unprecedented willingness and ability to support employees’ mental wellbeing, even while striving to keep business afloat.
City of Vincent ran their first Voice Project Staff Engagement Survey in 2018. When they ran the survey a second time in September of 2019, they had improved on almost every survey category, decreased employee turnover, and reduced workers compensation spend by 24%.
With the world changing at such a rapid rate, organisations will need to take on a broader perspective, to not just focus on present change but to also anticipate and prepare for future changes. What then, can organisations do to ensure that they have a strong foundation that is capable of driving and supporting change?
To help during this time we have designed a COVID-19 Staff Check-In Survey. This short survey will take most staff around 5 minutes to complete and provides valuable feedback about how well your organisation is supporting staff safety and wellbeing, as well as providing the systems and processes needed for business continuity.
Technology is a wonderful thing while it’s working. But we all know how difficult it can be to get our jobs done when even the slightest blip occurs in our systems. After two consecutive years of impressive improvements, Flinders University has topped the ranking for the best internal customer experience of IT services.
Allity is a large, private aged care organisation, recently recognised with the ‘highly commended award’ in Voice Project’s 2019 Change Challenge Awards. In just one year, Allity have seen noticeable improvements in several key practices and employee engagement, leading to a significant reduction in staff turnover.