Decision Making - Employee Opinion Survey Sample #8

Questionnaires Measuring Decision Making:
Example 1 (5-point scale; numbers; NA)
Example 2 (7-point scale; radio buttons)
Example 3 (4-point scale; radio buttons)
Example 4 (5-point scale; radio buttons)
Example 5 (5-point scale; words)
Example 6 (Pulse Survey)
Example 7 (5-point scale; item comments)
Example 8 (3-point scale; words)
Dear Employee:

Welcome to the Employee Survey. Our objective is to understand and express the values which will ensure is an exceptional place to work. We are asking you to take time to respond to this survey to help us identify where we are doing well and where we have opportunities to do better.

We have developed this survey with questions tailored for our staff and business to provide you with an opportunity to anonymously rate many facets of the business. The survey will assess what you value most in your employment and allow you to make positive suggestions for improvement.

Please be honest, constructive and thoughtful in your responses. The results of this survey will be used to help drive our future success. If you have any questions about the process please contact [Contact Person].

Please ensure that your submission is made between and . The survey will only be available during these dates.

Thank you for your participation in the survey. We look forward to seeing the analysis of your responses and we are hoping for 100% participation.

Management Team

Please complete the items below and press the submit button at the end of the survey. If you need multiple sessions to complete the survey, please click the "Submit" button at the end of each session to save your responses. Please feel free to skip any items that you do not wish to respond to. Keep in mind that your responses help us to become a better place to work. So, you are encouraged to respond to all items on the questionnaire.

Decision Making

Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. Decisions are usually made with input from multiple individuals
  1. I am involved in important decisions that affect me
  1. Employee opinions are valued
  1. My supervisor seeks my opinions before making decisions that impact the team/department
  1. Senior Management discusses issues and ideas with employees before making major changes


Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. The Company supports innovative processes developed by employees
  1. My ideas and suggestions are accepted and considered
  1. Employees are rewarded for sharing their ideas and suggestions.
  1. People in My Department are very innovative
  1. My Supervisor supports me in developing new products


Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. Managers try to prevent production problems before they occur
  1. My quality work instructions provide meaningful guidance on how to accurately perform my job duties.
  1. Management places importance on quality work.
  1. Methods are in place to identify production problems
  1. Continuous learning and improvement helps the Company respond to Change and achieve success


Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. My Department is able to adjust rapidly to a new way of operating
  1. My supervisor supports organizational changes.
  1. My Supervisor motivates others to follow new processes
  1. Managers are effective in addressing resistance to change
  1. The Leadership involves employees when making significant changes

Respect for Others

Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. Individual differences are seen as strengths.
  1. Co-workers treat each other with respect
  1. At this company, my suggestions are given serious consideration.
  1. Co-workers respect each others' opinions
  1. I feel respected by management in this organization.


Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. I have a good relationship with my supervisor.
  1. I receive feedback quickly if my performance is below expectations
  1. My Supervisor communicates the actions necessary for me to take to achieve organizational objectives
  1. I do not feel micro-managed.
  1. I receive adequate supervision

Corporate Culture

Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. The culture helps employees work together
  1. CompanyName has an image of a high quality company.
  1. The Company is a good community neighbor
  1. The organizational culture enhances employee commitment
  1. The Company strives hard to provide a good environment for clients and staff.


Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. Hiring procedures are clearly defined
  1. The hiring procedures consistently hire excellent candidates
  1. The Company is successful in recruiting to fill both long-term and short-term positions
  1. The hiring process is fair and unbiased
  1. My department has adequate levels of staffing.


Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. The pay offered by the Company is very competitive
  1. I feel I am adequately paid compared to my colleagues at other companies
  1. I am compensated fairly for the work I do.
  1. I am paid fairly
  1. I have a clear understanding of the Company pay policy


Agree Unsure Disagree N/A
  1. My supervisor values and appreciates my contributions.
  1. My rewards package is representative of my job performance
  1. Performance incentives are clearly linked to standards and goals
  1. I am rewarded for exceeding my goals
  1. Everyone has a chance to be recognized.

General Open Ended Questions

  1. What are the top three challenges you face in your job?

  2. Would you refer others who are seeking employment to ?

    If not, please explain:

  3. Are there any changes to an existing workflow, process or procedure you believe could improve your ability to perform your job more effectively or efficiently?

    If so, please describe:

  4. In your opinion, what are positive aspects of ?

  5. What is the most important thing you would like to see do to improve as a place to work?

  6. On a scale of Excellent to Poor, how would you rate your overall employment experience
    with and why?

  7. Please enter any final comments you would like to share.


Questions below are optional, however, providing this information
will help us make accurate conclusions for specific work groups.
None of this information will be used to identify individual respondents.
  1. Your department:

  2. Years of Service:

  3. Your location:

  4. Your shift: