As you prepare to analyze the results of internal surveys, here are some tips for understanding the results:
1. Start by analyzing the general trends before going into the details of the questions. Your interface is designed so that you will always have a macro view of the responses first, which you can explore in more depth later.
2. Always take a look at your participation rate. Generally, a 50% participation rate is a sufficiently representative trend.
For more information, see our article: When are the results of a survey representative?
3. Identify weak signals in the scores and/or comments. By acting on these issues, you can quickly improve employee satisfaction and engagement.
You are now ready to begin your analysis:
N.B.: Remember to take a few notes throughout your analysis.