Employee Attitude Surveys
Why Our Survey Is Unique
- CVR uses only 20 survey items, and employees and their supervisors like that.
- CVR has 25 years of normative data and consulting experience with direct employee involvement and feedback to management.
- CVR will give you 10 working-days turnaround--7 times faster than anyone else.
- The CVR survey is designed for the thought process and value system of the average employee--not top management--to make it accessible to all.
- CVR has conducted surveys for over 800 corporations and close to 1 million employees.
- The survey is compatible with the vas majority of Values systems of the workforce.
- We can add custom statements to the core 20 survey items.
- We can handle the survey administration for you.
- We can also handle the feedback for you.
CVR's surveys are designed to capture data on employee attitudes by work group and demographics. Each form is a simple, single-page survey that is easy to administer and takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. To facilitate the survey process, our standard survey form is divided into the following three sections: survey group coding, demographics, and survey statements.
Survey Group Coding
These codes are used to identify each separate work group or survey group in the output reports. They are assigned by the client and permit virtually unlimited flexibility in the reporting of the data.
This section contains standard demographics, such as education, length of service, and type of pay, to name a few, which can be compared for the entire organization. If utilized, they allow for a comprehensive and detailed comparison of attitudes in the output reports.
The core statements of our standard Employee Attitude Survey assess the overall Human Resources climate of your company, as well as union vulnerability and problems with retention and communication. Its 20 statements are designed to effectively capture pertinent data on the following:
- work group cooperation
- advancement opportunities
- working conditions
- performance feedback
- confidence in management
- rules and procedures
- retirement plan
- job security
- job freedom
- use of abilities
- seeking outside job
- pride in the organization
- change in organization
- insurance benefits
- overall satisfaction with work
- fairness of pay
- job future
- job expectations
CVR's survey reports are designed to be self-contained and self-explanatory, and they provide only pertinent data to facilitate understanding and interpretation. The following is a list of reports included with each survey.
- Survey groups ranked by Attitude Index
- Survey groups ranked by Industrial Relations Index
- Survey groups ranked by Retention Index
- Percent favorable response rank ordered
(individualized for each survey group)
- Comparison of each survey group's results to your overall internal norms
- Comparison of total company's results to CVR's national norms
- Overall internal norm report
For companies that have done a previous survey with CVR, comparative survey reports are available in which the current survey results are compared to prior survey results.
When our core survey statements are utilized, three standard indexes are included with the reports. These indexes offer a quick overview of attitudes for each survey group.
- The Attitude Index is the average percent favorable response for all 20 statements. It serves as an overview of attitudes for that workgroup or survey group.
- Backed by 25 years of research, the Industrial Relations Index is the average percent favorable response for six statements that help to predict
attitudes regarding third party intervention.
- The Retention Index is the average percent favorable response for statements that assist in determining your company's vulnerability to frequent turnover.
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