When running an engagement survey we want to get the response rate as high as possible. There are many reasons for this:
A successful employee engagement survey can be difficult to achieve. Sometimes it seems a success to get the survey questions signed off by key sponsors, or to release the results out to managers. While these are milestones in a successful project, they aren’t sufficient achievements on their own.
While many of us would be aware of the negative consequences of poor work, health and safety, including a loss of productivity and medical costs, you may
Dr Peter Langford provided an update on the trends within the higher education sector at the 2016 Universities HR Benchmarking Conference hosted by the Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA) in Melbourne. Pete and Stuart Andrews, Executive Director of AHEIA, announced the 2016 AHEIA/Voice Project “Change Awards” at the conference dinner.
Council Staff Survey
On a freezing winter’s day at 6 in the morning I recently travelled to a Council depot to present employee engagement survey results to their outdoor staff.
Rightly, schools focus on the environment they provide for student learning and development. This endeavour, however, can overshadow the fact that they are also a work environment for staff – one which can promote or undermine staff engagement, wellbeing and performance.