Employee Satisfaction Survey Report®

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Appropriate For Existing Employees
Comprehensiveness Intermediate
Administration Time - 1 hr
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Scoring Options printer icon
Language English
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The survey measures employees’ attitudes, opinions and feelings about their jobs and about the management team; or in other words, their level of satisfaction.

Employee satisfaction can be caused by many factors. Management skills and attitudes are a major source, as is the organizational culture. There could also be other internal factors such as working conditions, salary and benefits, systems and job security. There might even be some external
influences that are affecting their level of satisfaction.

Whatever the cause, a good first step is to measure their attitudes and then immediately implement some changes to begin the process of change.
The results are presented in an easy-to-understand report. The results are measured against a strong normative database in thirteen categories:

1. Job Skills
2. Interpersonal Relations
3. Communications
4. Motivation
5. Leadership
6. Safety
7. Financial Rewards
8. Career Future and Security
9. Team-Building
10. Human Resource Development
11. Empowerment Readiness
12. Kind of Work
13. Amount of Work

The organization’s results for each of the thirteen categories are presented in a report, along with definitions, score interpretations and strategies for improvement. The Attitude Survey Report can be customized to include a sub group analysis and employee comments summaries. The summaries can be presented by subgroup.

The Employee Satisfaction Survey Report® is a registered trademark of Human Synergistics, Inc., Plymouth, MI, U.S.A.

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