Stop the 4 Causes of Employee Engagement Survey Fatigue

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Survey Fatigue is a You Problem

Survey fatigue is a myth. Employees aren’t tried of completing surveys. The real problem is Inaction Fatigue. Employees are disenchanted by the lack of action after the survey, and that is a you problem. Correct these four areas to take action today!

The Four Causes of “Survey Fatigue”

Reason #1 and #2: You Take the Wrong Action (Or No Action At All)

  • Learn what your employees value so you can take targeted action

Reason #3: It Takes Too Long To Get Results

  • 82% of companies wait a month for the results of their employee engagement survey. That’s like checking the weather for July 4th so you can decide if you need a rain coat on August 4th. Make sure to choose an engagement vendor that reports in real time.

Reason #4: Lack of Manager Coaching

  • On average companies are spending less than TWENTY-FOUR minutes a year training managers. Most managers genuinely want their teams to succeed, spend time coaching them on the best ways to get the most from their teams.   

Your best bet to gain employee buy-in is follow through. The more employees see you take action the more willing they’ll be to help you out next time. If your goal is an aligned workforce than check out this blog about The Myths of Survey Fatigue for more information, or better yet download our white paper “Employee Engagement is Personal” by clicking the button below.

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