My dashboard: Employee happiness survey

Overview

Happy employees are engaged employees, and for most organisations, a happiness survey is the first step in engaging with their employees. Measuring, actioning and closing the loop on the provided happinesses survey feedback will show your employees that management listens to and values their input.

The Employee Happiness feature allows you to rate your happiness out of 10 and provide a comment on why you gave this rating. This data is anonymous, and there is no way for your organisation to identify you, when you use this feature.

To use the happiness feedback survey an admin needs to enable this feature within Employee Engagement settings. To read further details on how to enable this feature, refer to the following article.

HR Best Practice

The Employee Happiness Survey is a great feature to allow you to provide honest feedback to the business. Our HR experts recommend you complete this survey with honesty and put thought into your responses, as this is a great forum for you to provide anonymous feedback, that your business has asked from you.

By providing honest and constructive feedback, it allows the business to take the opportunity to act upon your responses. Your feedback may include areas that you feel require some attention or improvement by the business, and what you feel particularly happy and/or pleased about within the company.

Availability

HR Plan:   Free   Standard   Premium   Platinum
Payroll Plan:   Standard   Premium

Maintain

Completing the happiness survey
  1. In the Happiness Survey widget, select your happiness score from one to ten.
  2. Enter a comment on why you gave the score you did.
  3. Click the Submit button.
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    Helpful Hint

    You will now see the Thank you for your response message. This means the HR platform has successfully submitted your feedback.

    Once you have completed the survey, it disappears from your dashboard.

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