It is Important to Conduct Employee Engagement Surveys


Hello, and welcome back to our blog. Here at DataStar, we strive to provide our clients with the best in survey management and data processing services. A major component of our business revolves around the implementation and processing of employee engagement surveys. Companies survey their employees to gauge their level of satisfaction and make appropriate changes to processes to ensure that employees are performing their jobs as efficiently as possible. While employee surveys are commonplace, many people do not fully understand the benefits that these surveys offer to the business itself. In today’s post, we are going to cover this topic so that our clients have a better understanding of exactly why employee engagement surveys matter in the modern workplace.


How Often Does Your Business Conduct Employee Engagement Surveys?


While most people who have worked in corporate America have taken some sort of employee engagement survey, we here at DataStar are often surprised by the low frequency with which these surveys are administered. While an annual survey is better than no survey at all, more frequent surveys are better able to gauge the level of employee satisfaction. Below, we have listed a few of the benefits that conducting frequent employee surveys can have for a company.



  • Employees Are Given a Voice: Employee surveys are so crucial to the overall productivity of a business because they are a way for employees to provide feedback to upper management. This helps to establish a line of communication between the employees and management, and, when conducted correctly, makes employees feel as though they have a voice within the company. When employees feel that their opinions are being heard and recognized, they are more likely to feel invested in the company they work for, increasing loyalty and overall productivity.
  • Assess Employee Engagement: In our previous post, we stressed the importance of employee engagement. Of course, considering it’s called an employee engagement survey, this makes sense. These surveys are designed specifically to assess the level of employee engagement or disengagement so that employers have a better understanding of the overall attitude within the company ranks. While “engagement” really has no standard definition, common variables that are measured include: job role, training and development, leadership, work environment, and recognition.
  • Result Analysis: Conducting employee  surveys is a great way for a business to compare their data to other industry standard results. This is valuable because it allows a business to compare their employee engagement to other businesses within the same field. Additionally, by comparing the collected data against industry specific norms, a business can better determine if any issues they are experiencing are typical or specific to them.
  • Increase Employee Engagement: At its core, the main purpose of an employee survey is to provide a business with the necessary data to ensure that its employees are as engaged as possible. Knowing what aspects of the business engages employees and which don’t can be used by a companyto make appropriate changes and modifications needed to increase employee satisfaction. By having up to date, frequent, and accurate survey data, a business can make sure that employee engagement is as high as possible in as many areas of the business as possible.



We hope that this post has conveyed just how important employee engagement surveys are for a business. If your company is in need of a survey management and data processing services, please visit our website today. At DataStar, we strive to provide the best survey management services possible, and we are confident that if you choose us for your employee engagement survey needs, you will be highly satisfied.