The pulse survey approach that Officevibe utilizes is meant to provide Managers with continuous information about their teams state of mind. Instead of waiting for the results of a yearly company-wide survey, Managers using Officevibe can almost instantly know how employees are feeling and how motivated they are. In turn, this allows them to address immediately any situations or conflicts that may come up.
Officevibe Surveys regroup various types of questions to increase participation and keep your employees engaged.
Surveys containing a pre-set number of questions are sent every week, every two weeks or monthly and are built from a pool of 120 interactive and science-based questions that are sent out randomly to employees. You have no work to do, no questions to create or set up!
An Officevibe Survey traditionally takes less than a minute to complete and are sent out weekly, every two weeks or monthly, depending on your preference as an organization. This allows your organization to have real-time Reports on the level of Engagement.
As these questions are meant to give you an unbiased measure of the Engagement of your employees, they can't be modified.
Take a look at our Custom Polls article for more information on how to customize your Surveys!
How the Weekly Surveys are Built
With Officevibe, you have access to a database of 120 science-based and interactive questions. These questions are all based on research done by Officevibe and specialists like Gallup, Deloitte, Towers-Watson, and more.
With Officevibe, you are measuring how employees feel based on the 10 Key Metrics of Engagement, which represent the 10 factors that have been proven to affect employees at work the most on a daily basis.
To learn more about the Metrics Officevibe measures, take a look at this article: The 10 Key Metrics of Engagement
We regularly review our database of questions and we welcome any feedback!
The Different Types of Weekly Surveys
You will encounter different types of questions in the Surveys:
Two-way Slider Opinion Scale
For one out of the 5, 10 or 20 questions, your employees will be prompted to leave feedback via a follow-up question.
For a more detailed look at the science behind Officevibe and how we measure Engagement and Motivation, take a look at this very detailed article: The Science Behind Officevibe!