Rapidly Revving Up Response Rates?
Managers quickly lose confidence in survey results when response rates are low. Questions such as “Who was more likely to respond? Was it the favorable or the unfavorable employees?” often are posed, and these questions may be used to discredit or discount results. Low response rates also make it less likely that results can be reported at all levels of the organization, limiting managers’ ability to create targeted action plans at the local level. The good news is that there are a number of things that you can do to boost response rates.
Download this eGuide to learn:
- How to communicate the survey launch
- How to obtain management buy-in and support
- How to make surveys relevant
- How to assure participants of confidentiality
- How to meet employees where they are
- How to drive overall response rates