On Employee Engagement Surveys, Never Ask A Question You Don't Know How To Fix

Our test on employee engagement surveys has discovered that only 22% of companies get good results on their employee surveys!

Why is that number so low?  One big reason is that most companies ask terrible questions on their surveys.  And specifically, they ask questions that they don't know how to fix.

Here's a 5-minute video where I discuss our approach to survey questions and why we live by the rule "Never ask a question you don't know how to fix!"...




Obviously, we help lots of companies with their employee engagement surveys. And if you'd like to learn how we could help YOUR company, reach out to us!

Schedule a short call to talk to us about employee engagement surveys!   
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