SURVEYS
Understand your business
and the people who make it

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Engagement Surveys

  • Use real-time analytics to understand employees’ attitudes and perceptions
  • Give your employees a platform for ongoing feedback

Employee Lifecycle Feedback

  • Track employee milestones and lifecycle events in real-time
  • Complete your feedback architecture and create a culture of being heard
  • Improve satisfaction and employee engagement with a 360 approach to employee experience

Talent Groups

Allow your directors, managers or all your employees to provide you with input on their peers so you can answer questions like: Who are your ambassadors? Who embodies your company’s values?

  • No more labeling employees and comparing them by a single metric
  • Start asking some interesting questions – quickly and elegantly
  • See who gets endorsed and view diversity & risk-factor insights

Attitude and Satisfaction Checks

  • Explore views on things like company communications, training, benefits and more
  • Base management decisions on evidence, not assumptions

Results and Insights

  • Clever and flexible results dashboard
  • Slice and dice results for deeper insights by team, site, gender, and length of service, for example
  • Easy to look at patterns and possible correlations

 

We've worked closely with bob to shape the system to our needs. Lately, we've begun to focus on revolutionizing our review process, which needed to be 100% personalized.
Lilit HagemeierHead of People, ZoozMORE SUCCESS STORIES

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