of employees want to be able to work from home - YouGov
of employees reported improved wellbeing as a result of increased home working - ONS
of business execs believe being in the office is key to company culture - PWC
Remote working is here to stay. It’s seen by many as being vital to retaining talent for most traditionally office-based organisations.
However, remote work is often seen as a catalyst for poor employee experience. Especially when it comes to building and maintaining organisational culture.
Gain a true understanding of how your people are thinking and feeling when it comes to remote work and your culture. This will help you supercharge your people strategy.
Our survey is designed by experts to give you actionable insights to ensure your remote workers have a voice and feel connected to your organisation.
UNDERSTAND YOUR PEOPLE
Each organisation is as unique as the people who make up their teams.
Our neuroscientists and HR experts have developed this 12-question set so that you can create a remote working culture that’s completely bespoke to your team and their needs. We enable you to take the guesswork out of creating your strategy and building a thriving culture.
Using both a 10-point scale and open comment boxes we enable you to collect quantitative and qualitative feedback.
Our dashboards allow you to trend, benchmark and segment your data. The easy-to-understand scale ensures accurate and actionable data. Meanwhile sentiment analysis and access to comments gives you context for your feedback and the narrative surrounding your culture.
IDENTIFY STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES
Drill down into your data with ease to uncover real insight.
Dig deeper to discover what your people want and need in their culture. Discover where you are performing well and where you have room to grow. This allows you to identify key action areas. And celebrate wins!
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