Workforce Motivation and Retention Survey Results

Employee Satisfaction Surveys
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Number of submissions (152)
Number of questions answered (1672)
Received: as of Monday, July 28, 2003 @ 7:05:30 PM

1. During the past 12 months, has your voluntary turnover rate?

1) Stayed the same
2) Increased
3) Decreased

73 (48.0%)
46 (30.3%)
29 (19.1%)
Average: 1.7

2. Does your organization plan on hiring new employees this year?

1) No
2) Yes
3) Don’t know

22 (14.5%)
109 (71.7%)
17 (11.2%)
Average: 2.0

3. Does your organization have a retention strategy to keep employees?

1) They do an excellent job
2) They do an average job
3) They do not have a clue and could care less about retention

32 (21.1%)
79 (52.0%)
37 (24.3%)
Average: 2.0

4. Does your company measure employee satisfaction?

1) Never
2) Once a year
3) More than once a year
4) Every now and then-inconsistent

43 (28.3%)
45 (29.6%)
19 (12.5%)
42 (27.6%)
Average: 2.4

5. How would you rate morale and motivation in your organization?

1) Very Low
2) Low
3) Average
4) High
5) Very High

15 (9.9%)
39 (25.7%)
73 (48.0%)
17 (11.2%)
5 (3.3%)
Average: 2.7

6. Does your company have a plan to address morale and motivation issues?

1) Yes
2) No
3) Morale and motivation is not an issue with our company
4) Not aware of a plan

59 (38.8%)
41 (27.0%)
7 (4.6%)
42 (27.6%)
Average: 2.2

7. What factor do you feel is the MOST IMPORTANT in increasing retention? (Soft benefits)

1) Open and honest communication
2) Opportunity for advancement
3) Worklife balance and flexibility
4) Good supervisors/managers
5) Sense of job security

56 (36.8%)
14 (9.2%)
27 (17.8%)
39 (25.7%)
8 (5.3%)
Average: 2.5

8. What factor do you feel is the MOST IMPORTANT in increasing retention? (Hard benefits)

1) Compensation
2) Health insurance
3) On-site training
4) Reward and recognition
5) Stock/profit sharing plan

33 (21.7%)
17 (11.2%)
8 (5.3%)
83 (54.6%)
1 (0.7%)
Average: 3.0

9. When the economy improves, are you going to stay with your employer?

1) Yes
2) No
3) Don’t know

87 (57.2%)
15 (9.9%)
47 (30.9%)
Average: 1.7

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