Employee Survey

The Employee Survey identifies leadership priorities throughout an organization so that improvement in the overall culture can be achieved. The survey process becomes an on-going data system that supports your efforts to listen and respond to the individual employee's perceptions and critical issues.

We begin the process by creating a custom survey instrument for your organization. Through communication with your representatives, we design the most productive, efficient tool to measure the perceptions of your entire employee group. A wide ranging choice of measurement categories and statements is available from which to focus on your organization's most immediate issues.

Click on the links below to view sections of a survey as
well as typical data reports.

  • Survey Instrument
  • Summary of Respondents
  • Summary by Measurement Category for the Organization Overall
  • Summary by Statement within Measurement Categories for the Organization Overall
  • Summary by Measurement Category for Each Department
  • Summary by Measurement Category for each Manager
  • Summary by Statement within each Measurement Category for each Manager
  • Transcribed employee comments for enhanced interpretation of results

  • In addition to the standard reports shown, the following special reports are available from Corporate Systems:
      Executive Summary of Survey Results
      Various rankings of data (e.g., by manager, department or category)
      Ten Highest and Ten Lowest scoring statements for the organization
      Vertical Horizontal Comparison
      Custom reports per your request

    Change Management
    Customer Service
    High Performance Organization
    Job Satisfaction
    Leadership Effectiveness
    Performance Orientation
    Physician Relations
    Work Environment

    Sample Category Statements

    Leadership Effectiveness

    1. The person to whom I report clearly communicates expectations about my work performance.
    2. The person to whom I report sets a good example by cooperating with other departments.
    3. The person to whom I report seeks my ideas in solving job related problems.
    4. The person to whom I report treats me with respect.

    If your organization is facing issues that you feel would not be addressed by the measurement categories listed, we are prepared to help you design statements to measure those specific critical concerns.