employee engagement survey
Discover why your employees
clock in and check out.
Beat burnout, reduce turnover, and retain your people
with the PI Employee Experience Survey.
Stop the guesswork. Understand exactly what’s driving disengagement—so you can fix it.
Disengagement is tricky to spot, and even trickier to solve. PI lets you know why morale is low—from poor communication to culture issues—and gives you immediate next steps to mobilize, motivate, and retain your people.
Collect candid, confidential employee feedback.
Psychological safety is at the heart of the survey experience. PI protects employee anonymity—so you can receive genuine feedback from team members on how to improve your workplace.
Pinpoint where people are disengaged.
The Employee Experience Survey measures engagement along with its four key drivers: job, manager, team, and organization. Get a detailed breakdown of the results, and see where engagement needs help the most.
Discuss takeways with your team or organization.
View engagement results at the micro or macro level. Get a read back of your organization’s overall engagement levels, or drill into individual team results to find more isolated areas of disengagement.
Take action to level up the employee experience.
Generate a custom report that explains your strengths as a team, along with your biggest caution areas. Align on actions to take as a team to improve engagement and supercharge your culture.
Frequent employee engagement questions
Employee engagement represents a person’s overall emotional connection to their organization. Highly engaged employees are energized by their job, their team, and the mission at hand. As a result, they’re able to bring their best selves to work each day.
When employees are engaged, they tend to not only meet expectations, but exceed them. They go the extra mile for colleagues, and exhibit more discretionary effort. Plus, their energy can inspire others to do the same.
By improving employee engagement, your organization can attain greater levels of productivity—and achieve better business outcomes.
The most efficient way to measure employee engagement is to collect regular, candid feedback from your employees. By asking them how they currently feel about their job, their team, and the organization, you can understand overall engagement levels—and take steps to improve.
The PI Employee Experience (XP) Survey measures engagement across 50 questions. The survey asks employees to provide feedback across four categories—job, manager, people, and organization—plus four questions dedicated to overall sentiment.
By administering the XP Survey, an organization or team can gather honest feedback about the employee experience. Learn where your employees are most (and least) engaged, and get custom actions you can take to improve your culture.
Engagement surveys tend to vary in length, depending on the format and survey cadence.
Larger-scale surveys may take upward of 15 to 30 minutes to complete, and are administered every three to six months. By contrast, smaller “pulse” surveys may take just five to 10 minutes, but are intended to be administered more frequently—such as monthly, or even weekly.
Improving engagement starts with listening to your employees. By understanding where their biggest frustrations lie, you can align on actions to take as a team to elevate the employee experience. Make sure these actions are clear, relevant, and achievable given your current scope and capabilities.
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