This shows the typical format for an Employee Opinion Survey Results document. Cover Page, Summary Page, Dimensions, Response Rates, Items
Due to its continued commitment to the development of the organization and its staff, in particular improving the organizational culture, [Company] elected to conduct an Employee Opinion survey.
A brief introduction describes the survey process.
The survey examines each employee's viewpoint on a variety of organizational topics including safety, training, career development and communication. The hope is to use the input to help guide actions related to improving the organizational culture. HR-Survey worked closely with [Company] to design a questionnaire that fulfilled the requirements of the organization.
The survey itself was launched . During this period the survey was administered to employees via a web link on a voluntary basis. Employees were allowed time during their working day to complete the survey and due to the nature of the web link were able to respond on a confidential and honest basis as HR-Survey handled the administration of the survey responses.
This survey measured employee satisfaction on a variety of topics and within several work group classifications. The survey also included several open-ended items to gather information in the form of suggestions and explanations.
Overall Response Rate: Number of respondents.
Overall Scores: The percentage of participants who agreed or strongly agreed with the items on the survey questionnaire.
Response Rates: Rates by Demographic variables. Include demographic variables on the survey for more detailed results.
Summary Scores: by Dimension. The Average Score and Percentage of Agreement (Level of Agrement).
Top Ten / Bottom Ten: What were the highest and lowest scoring items on the survey? The table below lists these.
All Items: This table shows all items sorted by Level of Agreement.
Dimensions of Satisfaction: Now we look at each dimension of employee satisfaction. The results for each item is shown overall and broken down by demographics.
Final Comments: Open-ended questions allow participants to offer suggestions and examples. This is valuable information for the company and can form the basis for future development.
Demographics: Comments can be grouped by demographic variable to help with developing action plans.