First off, we’d like to thank everyone that attended our Employee Engagement: Measure to Succeed Webinar that aired March 5, 2015. A special thanks to Neal Bondy, Ex-Chariman of SHRM, Sal Falletta, EVP & MD of Organizational Intellegence Institue and our very own Vivek Bhaskaran, Founder of Survey Analytics for such an in-depth and insightful presentation about how to effectively engage employees in the workforce.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Party, celebrate, appreciate and show love to your employees on this Employee Appreciation Day on March 6th. But then, there is much more that senior business leaders, decision makers, business owners, and each of us should know about making our employees more happy, satisfied and engaged. Here are 3 easy-to-implement practices, which you must know and follow to increase the efficiency and productivity of employees as well as your organization. Key to boast the employee engagement and organizational health is right here!
Friday, February 27, 2015
Are your employees truly happy at work? Are they really productive or just putting out the bare minimum in order to get by while constantly watching the clock waiting to punch out for the day? If workers aren’t truly happy and engaged, why should you care?
If you don’t care, your business bank account certainly does, since disengaged employees are leaching hundreds of billions of dollars from businesses annually. These detached employees should be flying high instead of flopping behind their desks.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Creating a new online survey is much easier and user-friendly with the latest enhancements made in our latest release. Survey Analytics simplifies the new survey creation process with enhanced UI, interactive features and reusability.
Please login to your Survey Analytics account and repeat the following steps to take a tour of much more interactive and friendly way to create a new online survey.
Friday, February 20, 2015
In our latest software release, Survey Analytics makes it possible to implement a date / time question in an online survey with either 12-hour clock format (am and pm) or 24-hour clock format (military time). Our team has recently added new support for military time in date / time questions types. So, now you can add time in hh:mm format where hh is number of hours passed since midnight and mm is minutes passed since last hour, like 20:30.