Downloadable and customisable documents relating to employee engagement.
Staff satisfaction survey
This anonymous survey can be used to collect information from your workforce to review whether they are satisfied with different areas of the business, to help identify whether any improvements are required to current workplace practices. The survey focuses on areas including future employment, pay, training, direct management and job security. The template also provides the recipient with the opportunity to include any additional comments that they feel may help improve the organisation.
Briefing to accompany a staff satisfaction survey
This briefing should be sent to employees who are taking part in a survey on staff satisfaction to explain when the survey begins, what it involves and why the survey is being conducted. The briefing also reiterates that the survey is anonymous and encourages staff to provide honest feedback.
Letter to send to employees after reviewing staff satisfaction survey responses
Once all feedback received through the staff satisfaction survey has been reviewed, this letter can be used to communicate to all employees what positive feedback was received and the general feeling of the workforce. Where there was negative feedback, the template can also be used to inform employees what action will be taken by the organisation to make an improvement in this area.
Letter to send to employees informing them of a new benefits scheme
This letter can be used to confirm the details of a new or adjusted benefits scheme to employees. Please note, this letter ought to be amended depending on the specific details of the benefits scheme.
Educational staff questionnaire
For use in educational organisations, use this form to ask for feedback on key areas of the organisation and any suggestions for improvements.
Employee benefits survey
This anonymous survey can be used to collect opinions from your employees in relation to your existing benefits scheme and whether they feel any improvements could be made. This survey will be particularly useful if you are looking to re-vamp your existing benefits scheme, or create a new scheme from scratch, as it allows you to get a clear understanding of employees' needs and what changes would appeal to them the most