You have monitored the participation rate of your surveys and are wondering how to encourage your teams to participate? You've come to the right place!
From the survey creation to the reporting of its results, many factors can influence the participation rate. Here we reveal some best practices to boost your participation rate. 👇
In this article:
- Before the survey launch: prepare your communication well
- During the survey: encourage the teams and involve the local managers
- At the end of the survey: take stock to ensure better participation in future surveys
Before the survey launch
You can impact the survey participation before the survey has even begun!
- Inform your coworkers about the objectives of the surveys and their confidentiality to remove any doubts.
- Use multiple communication channels (emails, posters, etc.) to give even more visibility to your surveys.
- Ensure a good participant experience with a clear and concise survey.
- Make sure that employees on leave are marked as inactive.
To learn more, read our article: Encouraging participation before the survey.
During the survey
There is always time to influence survey participation!
- Identify the populations that participate less from the platform so you can encourage them.
- Add a reminder before the survey ends and reach only those who have yet to participate.
- Involve local managers to motivate coworkers during team meetings, for example.
To learn more, read our article: Encouraging participation during the survey.
To analyse the participation rate in details: Monitor the participation rate.
At the end of the survey
Once the survey is over, your next actions will play a crucial role in participation in future surveys. Here are a few things you can do once the survey is over.
- Share the results with your teams - directly via the platform, or through dedicated media (newsletters, etc.).
- Communicate on the actions you plan to take to show them that their participation has a real impact and can influence the company's decisions.
To go further, read our article: Encouraging participation after the survey.
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