Happy employees are an important part of an energetic and productive workplace. Employees who are more engaged and happy with their workplace are more likely to stay with their organisation. An employee happiness survey is a way to measure and quickly collect data on your employees and benchmarking the level of employee satisfaction.
The Employee Happiness feature allows you to report on their happiness and view any comments they provided. You will see a report with a scale from one to ten, showing where each score from your employees falls and what their comments were. You can also respond to your employees comments to gather further information on why they made the comment they did.
You can enable the employee happiness survey and set the required frequency through Employee Engagement settings. For further details on this feature, refer to the following article.
The employee happiness survey is anonymous and the report will not list the employee's name or any other identifiers.
The ability to add a comment to an anonymous response is only available on our Platinum pricing tier.
You can comment on an employee survey even if they have not provided a comment and have only offered a happiness score.
For further information on understanding how this report works, refer to the following article section.
The survey results are instant, so once an employee submits a completed survey there is no time delay to you viewing the results.
The happiness survey report uses the NPS colouring scheme to colour categorise the responses your employees provide when they complete the survey.
|Pink||1 to 6|
|Amber||7 to 8|
|Green||9 to 10|
|Current period: Average Response||This metric will display the average happiness score for the chosen survey period.|
|Current period: Reponse rate||This metric will display the percentage of your employees that have submitted a happiness survey for the chosen survey period.|
|Last 12 months: Average response||This metric will display the average happiness score for your organisation over the last 12 months, with the current survey period selected being the year end date.|
|Last 12 months: Reponse rate||This metric will display the percentage of your employees that have submitted a happiness survey over the last 12 months, with the current survey period selected being the year end date.|