Education and Training Survey Results

Employee Satisfaction Surveys

Number of submissions (262)
Number of questions answered (2096)
Received: as of Monday, January 06, 2003 @ 4:49:57 PM

1. How important is training and development to your organization?

1) Not Important
2) Important
3) Very Important
4) Highly Important
5) Not Applicable

14 (5.3%)
65 (24.8%)
89 (34.0%)
91 (34.7%)
3 (1.1%)
Average: 3.0

2. Has your organization cut back on training and development due to economic conditions?

1) Yes
2) No
3) Don’t Know

113 (43.1%)
130 (49.6%)
19 (7.3%)
Average: 1.6

3. Which is the MOST COMMON training strategy currently being provided in your organization?

1) CBT-Computer Based Training
2) Teleseminars
3) On-line learning
4) Classroom training
5) Off-site conferences

23 (8.8%)
7 (2.7%)
19 (7.3%)
139 (53.1%)
36 (13.7%)
Average: 3.7

4. In the next two to three years, which training strategy WILL BE the most commonly provided in your organization?

1) CBT-Computer Based Training
2) Teleseminars
3) On-line learning
4) Classroom training
5) Off-site conferences

36 (13.7%)
11 (4.2%)
62 (23.7%)
98 (37.4%)
23 (8.8%)
Average: 3.3

5. What is your PERSONAL preference when it comes the following strategies?

1) CBT-Computer Based Training
2) Teleseminars
3) On-line learning
4) Classroom training
5) Off-site conferences

24 (9.2%)
6 (2.3%)
50 (19.1%)
116 (44.3%)
48 (18.3%)
Average: 3.6

6. Do you feel your organization is doing enough training and development to stay competitive?

1) Yes
2) No
3) Don’t Know

99 (37.8%)
136 (51.9%)
25 (9.5%)
Average: 1.7

7. Would you leave your present job for another job with the same pay and benefits if they provided better training and development opportunities?

1) Yes
2) No
3) Don’t Know

145 (55.3%)
64 (24.4%)
50 (19.1%)
Average: 1.6

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