Reports

Our survey-based reports are suitable for all organisations and can be run for any level of employee seniority, from operatives to executives.

Organisational Insights Report

Our flagship report gives your an overview of your organisation from the employees' point of view. It is aimed at leaders who wish to get a fresh perspective on their organisation and how to prioritise improvements.

 

Purpose: This survey and report harnesses your employees' experience, insights and ideas in order to help you identify your organisation's strengths and weaknesses, problems and solutions.


A Suggestions for Improvement section lists actions you can take to mitigate any problems, weaknesses or threats identified by the respondents.

The report:

  • shows overall scores for the main areas of your organisation, e.g. sales and marketing, customer service, the management.

  • shows detailed scores for individual areas such as health and safety, and product or service quality.

  • Gives clear suggestions for improvements, linked to the score results.

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It can be used for:
  • Prioritising organisational development improvements

  • Harnessing feedback and creative suggestions from your workforce

  • Getting employees' perspective rather than just your own

  • Uncovering hidden problems before they become crises

Alternative purposes:

  • to give a voice to employees and uncover their needs

 
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Employee Engagement Report

Employee engagement is defined as the energy, commitment and positivity employees have for their work, their team and the organisation that employs them. Engaged employees add value by being highly productive and motivated to perform at their highest level. They tend to be more loyal, stay with the organisation longer and encourage others to do the same.

 

Purpose: To provide an organisation-wide (or department-wide) snapshot of the general level of employee engagement.

A Recommended Actions section lists suggestions that will help you enhance the levels of engagement of your employees.

The report:

  • shows the extent to which the organisation enables its employees to be fully engaged

  • shows to what extent employees make an effort to engage fully with their work

  • shows what proportion of employees are and aren't currently engaged

It can be used for:

  • annual benchmarking, i.e. to see changes in employee engagement over time

  • to see the effect on employee engagement of training programmes, employee development or a culture change programme

  • benchmarking against other organisations (within a specific sector) average results

Alternative purposes:

  • to give a voice to employees and uncover their needs