Tracie Hlavinka of Lago Vista, Texas has a department of nearly 120 employees. She wanted an employee survey, but most employee survey’s simply don’t deliver. Her objectives?
- Understand employee morale?
- What’s working well?
- How do employees feel about events for employees?
- What do they think of communications?
- What is the health of all departments?
Her biggest need was to get feedback that helped her to keep and attract great talent in a competitive environment, despite a tight budget.
Here’s how Tracie explained her need. “Look, I need these employees. Their opinion of how things are going is important to me. They are the spokes that keep the wheel moving. If they’re not feeling valued and respected, how can I expect them to be good at their job? “