You’re navigating a new city, trying to make your way from point A to point B. You see the address written down on a piece of paper—but you don’t know how to get there. Talk about frustrating! In the same way, the average employee experience survey provides employee engagement data—but it doesn’t tell you how to act on it. What good is that?
The PI Employee Experience Survey gives you engagement data plus a personalized action plan. It’s the workplace equivalent to turn-by-turn directions.
What’s so special about these four categories? They determine whether your people feel engaged or disengaged.
In addition to the categorical questions, four questions map to overall engagement. Say goodbye to guesswork; the PI Employee Experience Survey gives you concrete data insights so you can understand exactly how engaged your people are—and why.
The PI Employee Experience Survey delivers personalized action plans. What good are engagement scores if you don’t know how to act on them? Wonder no more! PI tells you exactly what to do; it’s like turn-by-turn directions for boosting engagement.
The PI Employee Experience Survey also provides you with macro (company-wide) and micro (team level) reporting. Every manager with five or more employees gets their own team report. This isolates problems that aren’t widespread—but should be fixed. Team-level reporting also isolates high-performing teams. When you understand what’s working well you can use that insight to develop your other managers.
Too many companies are blind to their own employee realities. Don’t assume your people are engaged and bought into your vision. Know where employee engagement is strong—and where it’s suffering—with the easy-to-administer PI Employee Experience Survey. Finally, there’s a framework for collecting insights about what’s driving engagement and disengagement.
The PI Employee Experience Survey is just one piece of the PI Diagnose Solution. When the survey closes, you’ll get reports that explain why your employees feel disengaged—and what you’re doing well—so you can take action. Follow the custom action plan, attend the Take Action on Engagement workshop, or work with an Employee Experience Coach.