An employee attitude survey will help you determine what’s good about work and the workplace and what employees think could be improved.
Do they believe they are valued? Do they feel connected with their team? Do they think that the management is supportive? Find out using the staff attitude survey.
Length: Between 20-25 questions
Frequency: Quarterly, semi-annual, or annual
- Do a comprehensive, deep dive into key employee attitude survey questions
- Understand where people are at both across the company and within specific departments
Communicate you care
Work is relational, and your relationship with employees will not survive with only one-way communication. When you ask for their feedback, it says, “we care about you, your work, and your opinions.”
Give them a voice
Pair your survey with action-oriented follow-up by employers and communicate your purpose clearly. Attitude surveys give employees a voice and make them feel heard.
Involve them in solutions
Ask employees not just what problems they see but how they could be involved in making things better. Ask employees to provide ideas on solutions.
Check the “Pulse” of teams
Surveys don’t have to be long and tedious. Short, selective “pulse” surveys can provide fast, powerful insights.
This Employee Attitude survey template includes example questions to identify current problems and issues. Copy this template to your Google Drive and customize it for your own organization. Reuse the template immediately for your next Employee Attitude Survey.