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The following are some of the more frequently asked questions regarding the survey process.
There are 4 samples surveys to choose from, one for each type of survey we offer. Type "hrsurvey" for the Comprehensive Survey, "checkup" for the Company Check-up , "newhire" for the New Hire Survey and "exitntvw" fror the Exit Interview Questionnaire.
Note: Each of the passwords shown above has a direct link to the corresponding sample survey. Click on the password to launch the sample survey.
The Logon Code is an anonymous, unique password that you will need to access your company's employee opinion survey on the internet.
You will obtain your Logon Code from your Human Resources department or via an e-vite from firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. The Logon Code is not case sensitive.
Yes. At the beginning of the survey you will be given the estimated time to complete the survey and the session 'timeout' value. The timeout value will be set sufficiently long so you normally should not have to worry about this. But you should also be aware of it and plan accordingly. So, please allow enough time for the survey.
Yes. Before pressing the 'submit' button, you may review and change any response. However, once the survey has been submitted, you can no longer change the data.
Someone has already entered survey data using the code you entered. Confirm you typed the code correctly. If you still receive this message, please contact your HR department. You will need to turn in your old code so the false data can be purged. It is important to keep your Logon Code confidential.
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No. The survey is strictly confidential. No one knows who completed the survey or who did not.
Yes. There will either be feedback sessions, an employee newsletter or other types of communication processes that will provide a summary of the results.
Yes. An outside consulting firm was engaged to ensure complete confidentiality.
The survey provides employees with the opportunity to let their company know what is working well for them personally and what they think needs to be improved. Each person can use this information to engage in a dialogue with his or her supervisor or manager on identifying ways to improve the workplace.
Contact the Human Resources department.