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Employee EngagementDecember 12, 2022

Digital employee questionnaire – measure engagement in real-time

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Digital employee questionnaires have long been used to measure employees’ engagement and well-being. Today, the trend moves toward digital pulse surveys that give real-time results. This modern way of working enables an agile way of working instead of annual engagement surveys.

From annual digital employee questionnaires – to regular pulse surveys  

Previously, HR-managers often sent out one extensive employee survey per year. They then analysed the collected data and created action plans based on the answers through annual employee surveys. This meant a large amount of data and actions plans that requred huge recourses within the organisation. 

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Today, everything is evolving constantly. Many feel that annual extensive employee surveys are insufficient, instead employee pulse surveys have become a hot topic within HR.  

The problem with the old version of employee questionnaires, is that they only provide a picture of employee engagement at a specific time. Since engagement and wellbeing is not a static metric, there is a big chance that the situation has already changed. Hence developed action-plans might no longer be relevant. Both organisational and social environment is under constant change and affects the way people experiences their situation both at work and at home. By only asking questions about employees’ experiences once per year there is an imminent risk that important information is missed.  

Related reading: Real-time pulse surveys vs. annual employee engagement surveys 

For sensitive concerns, revolving around abusive discrimination or bullying, there is a need for a targeted channel that can be used in real-time. Having regular pulse surveys is beneficial for the overall employee experience and engagement.  

Digital employee questionnaires - an agile and effective approach  

Modern employee questionnaires, often called pulse questionnaires, or employee pulse surveys. Is a modern alternative that gives employers a clear picture of the whole organisation. The best part is, that they can follow the engagement results in real-time. 

By measuring engagement often, the possibility of immediately discovering problems and deal with them proactively increases. With employee engagement surveys on regular basis, will also make it clear if the actions taken have had any effect at all.  

Eletive is a complete platform for measuring and increasing employee engagement and performance. With Eletive it's easy to send out digital questionnaires with the frequency that fits your organisation the best. One department might be better of answering every third week, while another part of the organisation instead should answer every third month? With Eletive you can customise employee surveys based on your unique needs.  

The right employee engagement questionnaire increases self-leadership

With the yearly employee surveys that previously was the dominant model, a lot of responsibility of administration, analysis and actions fell upon HR-managers. This has a tendency to create a passive attitude in employees. Instead of taking ownership, they will simply wait for HR to solve all the problems that was uncovered in the digital employee surveys.  

Employees are encouraged to take own responsibility with Eletive. With Eletive we are measuring engagement and wellbeing with regular pulse questionnaires and digital pulse surveys. In combination with giving employees access to their own results, this affects their own development and motivation. Thus, since they can follow their own trends and suggested actions. 

Create a culture of self-leadership with pulse surveys 

At Eletive one of the most important aspects of driving employee engagement is to create a culture of self-leadership. Self-leadership means that employees feel motivated to impact their own employee experience through the result of the employee engagement surveys.

Eletive gives everyone in the organisation access to see their own results. And every individual has their own account with a personalised dashboard where they can follow their development.  

Increased employee engagement with pulse surveys 

The importance of employee engagement and how it affects company culture is something most of us understand. Of course, it’s better when people are engaged in their work, right?

There are many benefits of using employee pulse surveys to increase engagement and performance. But we may not always realize to what extent engagement levels affect the actual business results. Research shows that a highly engaged team can increase productivity by 17% and reduce absenteeism by as much as 41%. 

The tool also provides tailor-made tips to every individual to increase self-ownership. The advice also help every person to take the next step toward higher engagement. The tips are developed by psychologists and are based on OBM (Organisational Behaviour Management Theory). Many leaders experience this way of working to be a foundation for constructive company culture and solution-oriented conversations.  

Do you want to know more about digital employee questionnaires? Get in touch with one of our experts! 


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