Perfect Phrases for Writing Employee Surveys: Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Phrases to Help You Create Surveys Your Employees Answer Honestly, Complete

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 12, 2010 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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THE RIGHT PHRASE FOR EVERY SITUATION . . . EVERY TIME

Generating honest, no-nonsense feedback through well-written surveys is the first step to dramatically increasing employee engagement, commitment, loyalty—and your company’s bottom line.

Perfect Phrases for Writing Employee Surveys provides the tools for crafting precisely phrased surveys to deliver accurate information, so you can adjust your organization’s practices accordingly. Inside are hundreds of words, phrases, and examples that remove the guesswork from an otherwise daunting process. This handy, time-saving guide helps you write surveys that measure:

  • Employee Engagement
  • Leadership and Management
  • Company Values and Ethics
  • Organizational Culture
  • Satisfaction with Work Environment
  • Career Development
 

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Contents

Preparing for the Survey
1
Perfect Phrases
41
Closing the Loop
183
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About the author (2010)

John Kador (Winfield, PA) is the author of several McGraw-Hill titles, including Pricing With Confidence, How to Ace the Brainteaser Interview, 201 Best Questions to Ask on Your Interview, and The Manager's Book of Questions. He divides his time between writing books and a range of corporate writing services, including speeches, annual reports, scripts, case histories, white papers, and news releases. His corporate clients include Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Adecco, IBM and Sears.

Katherine Armstrong (Wilton, CT) is a freelance consultant and the former Associate Director of Corporate Communications for Johnson & Johnson.

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