The Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE) is an employee engagement tool that focuses on fully utilizing an organization’s human resources to build viable institutions. The SEE assists organizational leadership by providing information about work force issues that impact the quality of service ultimately delivered to all customers. The data provide information not only about employees’ perceptions of the effectiveness of their own organization, but also about employees’ satisfaction with their employer. Understanding issues such as the perceived comparability of the pay and employment benefit package is vital to attracting and retaining a competitive workforce.
The SEE has been used by over 125 different types of organizations and has reached hundreds of thousands of employees. The SEE is a leadership tool used to build organizational effectiveness through a cost effective assessment of human resources. The survey process enhances employee performance by actively engaging the workforce in a continuous process of organizational improvement. The use of employee feedback to surface relative strengths or areas of concern is a well-established technique to promote organizational development and is a necessary element in strategic planning.
The SEE is available in several versions:
- Standard Version – Municipal and State Government, Child Welfare and Nonprofit Organizations
- Corrections Version – For Profit and Nonprofit Correctional Institutions
- Higher Education Version – Institutions of Higher Learning
- Spanish & Accessible Versions – Available with all versions of the SEE
The SEE is an employee assessment tool used to assess employee perceptions on 71 different items and 19 constructs. These constructs are specifically focused on the key drivers that, through research and experience, are shown to have the ability to engage employees towards successfully fulfilling the vision and mission of the organization.
The SEE offers the following benefits:
- Streamlined instrument and reporting
- Numerous benchmark groupings
- Online and hardcopy formats
- Spanish, English and Accessible versions
- Standard organizational coded areas (breakout reports by category)
- Ten demographic items
- 71 primary items and up to 20 customized items
- 19 constructs
- Special reports on retention and potential turnover data
- All overtime data is reported in one place
- Organizational comparisons are illustrated throughout
- Liaison training and additional resources
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