There are many factors affecting response rates on employee surveys, from the length of the survey to where it’s administered to incentives for completing it.
A downward trend in survey response rates is often blamed on the fact that people simply become tired of taking surveys. Angela Sinickas shares three common causes of survey fatigue and how to overcome them.
Part of the challenge of determining the questions to ask during benchmarking is to match the questions to the purpose of the study and the outcomes you are trying to achieve. Below is a breakdown of some of the issues regarding benchmarking questions that need to be addressed before beginning a benchmarking exercise.
Some of the most common questions about surveys are: “How many surveys do I need to distribute?” “What’s the right sample size?” “What’s a good response rate?” Find the answers in this article.