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HR Audit Survey Demo 3


This shows a unique multi-column format for an HR Audit Survey. Items are grouped by dimension with a set of follow up items at the end of each section.


Dear Employee:

Human Resources
Effectiveness Survey



Dear Employee:

As you are aware we are commencing work on the "Investors in People" accreditation and as part of this process we will be undertaking an Human Resources Audit Survey, which will be conducted from now through __________.

The survey itself consists of 25 questions and should take approximately 25-30 minutes to complete, in order for [Company] to ensure confidentiality of all your responses we have employed an outside firm (HR Survey) to assist in gathering and analysing the data.

The survey is intended to provide our Team with valuable feedback to ensure that we are focussing our efforts in the right areas that will deliver a defined improvement for our employees; with this in mind can I ask that everyone participates in order for us to achieve our goal of continuous improvement/raising the standards.

After the completion of the survey a comprehensive analysis of the data provided will be conducted, which should take just a few weeks. Therefore, I expect to be able to share the initial results with you in ________ and discuss what we aim to do with the information gathered.

Thank you in advance for your participation.


_____________
Director of Human Resources

    Accessibility

    Most of the time, HR staff members…
    Strongly
    Agree
    5
    Agree
    4
    No
    Opinion
    3
    Disagree
    2
    Strongly
    Disagree
    1
    1. Respond quickly to urgent requests for assistance
    1. Avoid adding to organizational bureaucracy and red tape
    1. Take the time to talk things over with employees who ask
    1. Adjust their schedules to accommodate employees
    1. Return phone calls and email messages in a timely manner

    Attitude

    Most of the time, HR staff members…
    Strongly
    Agree
    5
    Agree
    4
    No
    Opinion
    3
    Disagree
    2
    Strongly
    Disagree
    1
    1. Demonstrate concern for employees with problems
    1. Are willing to tackle significant organizational problems
    1. Have a clear understanding of the nature of our mission
    1. Address employee fears and anxiety in times of crisis
    1. Are willing to listen and respond appropriately to employees

    Recovery

    Most of the time, HR staff members…
    Strongly
    Agree
    5
    Agree
    4
    No
    Opinion
    3
    Disagree
    2
    Strongly
    Disagree
    1
    1. Take swift action to address an HR mistake
    1. Try new ways to solve persistent problems
    1. Rewrite unfair or problematic polices and procedures
    1. Are willing to experiment with new ideas when old ways fail
    1. Don't give up when the going gets tough

    Professionalism

    Most of the time, HR staff members…
    Strongly
    Agree
    5
    Agree
    4
    No
    Opinion
    3
    Disagree
    2
    Strongly
    Disagree
    1
    1. Continue upgrading their own skills and knowledge
    1. Know what they are talking about
    1. Deal with managers and employees in a professional manner
    1. Provide services employees value, want, and need
    1. Have the courage to deal with management on unpopular but important issues

    Reputation

    Most of the time, HR staff members…
    Strongly
    Agree
    5
    Agree
    4
    No
    Opinion
    3
    Disagree
    2
    Strongly
    Disagree
    1
    1. Are known as valued organizational contributors
    1. Are known as being fair and able to make the tough calls
    1. Provide good value in the work they do for the company
    1. Are known to espouse balance of life
    1. Can be counted on to do the right thing by employees and managers



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