The classic, anonymous annual employee survey with many questions and quantitative data no longer corresponded to the dynamic, innovative culture of localsearch. So the HR managers set out in search of a better alternative. With Pulse, they found what they were looking for.
By Claudia Leu | 5 minutes reading time
How's the work with the Pulse results going? Could you already implement concrete improvement measures? With our new features this has just become even easier: Now you get the most important results of your team directly by e-mail, you can like comments and – thanks to our new materials – you can moderate the discussion of results in your team with confidence. Find out more here.
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Who doesn’t know the good old employee survey? Many questions, a lot of effort, few noticeable improvements. At my former employer, a company with 20,000 employees, we used precisely this kind of survey. In a lengthy questionnaire, we asked employees about relevant and less relevant details. The results were not actionable, and we could only rarely translate them into tangible improvements. It reminded us a bit of the wish list for Santa – and not only in this season of the year. Employees gave feedback on what was not going well and where improvements were needed. Santa looked at what he could conjure out of his sack. Unlike the real Santa, however, he often didn’t bring the right gifts.
By Nils Reisen | 4 minutes reading time