Assess your staff’s perceptions of their working environment on issues such the Organisation; Individual’s Work; Management; Communications; and People Management and Practices. Post survey, we engage staff in the generation of action plans to address any issues or problems identified.
They provide the organisation with the ability to:
- Determine necessary organisational development and change
- Assess the culture of the organisation
- Focus on needs and leverage strengths
- Identify possible causes of conflict for employees
- Gives management feedback on the internal workings of the organisation
- Measures the impact of current policies and practices in the organisation
- Improve employee’s satisfaction with organisation and raise morale
- Measures progress on an ongoing basis.
Key features of our approach
The SHRC approach provides a holistic process to conducting organisational surveys. SHRC works with the whole organisation to identify issues, to develop creative and practical solutions and to implement action plans that make a difference to the organisation and its people.
- Absolute confidenitiality guaranteed.
- Can take as little as 4-6 weeks to conduct.
- Individually tailored surveys to focus specifically on the organisational context.
- Content is planned in consultation with management, staff and key stakeholders.
- Survey focused specifically on the key people management practices and policies.
- Online and paper-based options available.
- Comprehensive communication strategy to build commitment.
- Ongoing support and build of max. response rates
- In-depth analyses on the results and examination of correlations
- Breakdown of results to enable you assess performance at every level.
- Preparation of comprehensive reports and briefing packs.
- Recommendations for action based on your survey results.
- Focus/Action planning groups to enhance future performance and development.
- Closing the loop by going back to staff with outcomes of survey and actions plans.
In order to maximise participation of the survey and encourage commitment to post-survey action planning, it is necessary to have an effective communications plan.
- Meet with all staff to explain survey process, purpose and benefits
- Answer staff questions/allay any concerns
- Promote and advertise the upcoming survey
During the survey
- Keep staff informed
- Provide ongoing support
- Continue to market the benefits to staff
- Senior management briefing
- Communication of results and action plans to staff
- Further discussion through meetings and focus/action groups