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How To Conduct Employee Opinion Studies

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There are 36 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Employee surveys spark decision to establish child care
After a series of surveys revealed an increasing demand for infant day care, Dominion Bankshares Corp. in Roanoke opened an in-house child development center that has been operating at full capacity. Being in the childcare business may not have been the corporation's original goal, but the decision has been hailed as natural, appropriate and profitable.
CIGNA uses an ongoing patient satisfaction study to tailor service of its health plans
The Employee Benefits Division of the CIGNA Corporation conducted an ongoing patient satisfaction survey using phone interviews with its members. The goal was to assess members’ satisfaction with their primary care physicians in order to help CIGNA identify tangible ways to improve service.
Leveraging the Web for customer and employee satisfaction research
Measuring and managing customer relationships are critical to effective day-to-day operations and long-term strategic planning. Optimizing employee satisfaction is equally key to an enterprise’s success. Frequent customer and employee feedback initiatives can provide management with valuable input on both short- and long-term decision making. This article discusses using the Web for customer and employee satisfaction research, including choosing the right technology and return on investment.
Create a collaborative service culture in your call center
As global and domestic markets become increasingly competitive, the ability to provide high-quality customer service will increasingly separate winners from losers. This article discusses high-quality customer service, including its importance in the success of a company, four facts of life that make its consistent delivery difficult and creating a collaborative service culture.
Ever the skeptics: tips for dispelling doubt in employee research
Trust is a primary obstacle in conducting focus groups with employees. The author offers 12 tips to help researchers create an environment that fosters security, honesty and openness.

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Boosting employee retention with predictive analytics
This article outlines how predictive analytics can help an HR department identify employees who are at risk for leaving and determine what factors motivate an employee to leave or stay.
Why employee research is critical to customer satisfaction
A good customer service strategy starts with satisfied customer-facing employees. This article provides an overview of what sound employee satisfaction research should include.
Why are some research companies great places to work – and others lousy?
Cambiar’s Employer Brand study sheds light on how research firms can attract and retain employees.
The missing link: Why VOE is as vital as VOC
This article stresses the importance of voice-of-the-employee and employee satisfaction research initiatives and suggests ways organizations can use customer-facing employees to improve their offerings.
When crafting the customer experience, should the customer come first?
Revamping the customer experience is an inherently customer-focused endeavor but the author suggests that companies should consider taking an inside-out approach by first attempting to understand and improve their employee and organizational culture.

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