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Once employee attitude surveys show that workers perceive they will be treated fairly, are equipped to cope with stress, and are engaged in tasks that fit their capabilities, behavioral health problems can be further reduced by giving employees greater control over how to accomplish assignments.
Past assignments have included assisting clients with the design, evaluation, and/or administration of flexible benefits, cost management studies, alternative health care products and providers, and employee attitude survey design and analysis.
This has taken shape through the annual employee attitude survey, which has led to several major changes within Wardrop in recent years.
If you really want to find out what steps to take to improve your workplace efficiency, ask the people who work there," suggests Don Schackne, president of Personnel Management and Administration Associates, a consulting firm in Delaware, Ohio, Schackne favors employee attitude surveys as vehicles for ferreting out the often hidden monkey wrenches in your daily operations.
A report said: "The recent employee attitude survey response highlighted stress as a key area of concern amongst employees.
Earlier this year, employee attitude survey specialist ISR published a report which, it argued, finally proved that employee engagement had a direct effect on the bottom line.
Establishing Objectives And Obtaining Commitment Development and administration of a customized employee attitude survey is a labor-intensive process.
Bartel and her colleagues use a set of employee attitude survey data from a major bank to see, first, if there is a workplace or "group attitude" based on common experiences at different establishments of a multisite firm; and, second, to see if any such worksite specific attitude has an effect on the unit's performance.