What employees want to say to leadership – their Employee Voice – takes the form of three message types:
Employees have many suggestions for making improvements and generating new possibilities. Suggestions gathered from employees can improve company bottom lines and drive innovation – if you can help employees surface their suggestions to decision makers and company leaders.
The problems employees talk about tell leadership where to focus their improvement efforts. Recruiting employees to help surface problems like workplace inefficiencies empowers them to identify and help stop problems that harm employees and business objectives.
Point of View
Understanding the employee point of view helps leaders make better decisions, plan successful new initiatives, and communicate effectively. Gather employee opinions, attitudes, preferences, and viewpoints to challenge assumptions and work smarter, not harder.
Employee Voice can help you:
Stop making guesses about what employees want from leadership. Use clear data and feedback from your app to take action for increased engagement.
Diversity of ideas is a key driver of innovation. Consult employees from every part of your organization for suggestions on everything from social events to product roadmap.
Improve Your Bottom Line
Employees have problems and pain points that don't always bubble to the surface. Empower employees to surface blockers so leadership can eliminate them quickly.