Paylocity users can choose from our library of templates for pulse surveys and analytics, or they can start from scratch and create completely custom surveys.
Encourage Open Dialogue
A thriving culture is built on engagement, which means being open to all types of feedback from both inside and outside your organization. Our Surveys tool can help you gather valuable feedback, even from users without a Paylocity login — contractors, prospective or former employees, etc. — to better understand existing issues, anticipate potential problems, and measure the effects of change.
Blue Ridge Companies uses Surveys to promote open communication and make their employees feel heard.
Watch how they did it here.
Gather Valuable Real-Time Feedback
Check in with Employees at Key Milestones
Use our templated surveys as they are or as a starting point to customize and garner the feedback you need— You can keep a pulse on how new hires are acclimating by auto-scheduling surveys for key moments, like 30-, 60-, and 90- day check-ins.
Translate Results into Action
Measure employee sentiment, performance metrics, and engagement with built in tools. Relevant surveys automatically fuel the insights and recommendations in Modern Workforce Index.
Get Feedback from Outside Your Company
You can send surveys to individuals outside of your organization via secure links to get information from clients or partners.
Measure and Improve Turnover
Gain insights and identify the drivers of turnover to improve retention with automatic exit surveys. If you'd like, the feedback you receive can remain confidential and privacy settings are chosen at setup.
“Surveys were helpful to gather feedback and be able to go to leadership and say 90% of our employees are feeling comfortable with the choices we've made.”
“In the first day, we received 79% completion [for our wellness check survey]. And mind you, it is only required for those employees who must physically come into the office. I think that is amazing!”
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Frequently Asked Questions
Employee survey tools can improve employee engagement by providing a forum for employees to share their thoughts, opinions, and feedback with the organization. When employees feel that their voices are being heard and that their opinions matter, they are more likely to be engaged and committed to the organization.
Employee survey tools can also help organizations to identify areas of strength and weakness and to make informed decisions about how to improve the employee experience. By gathering and analyzing employee feedback, organizations can develop strategies to address any issues or concerns that are identified and to create a more positive and supportive work environment.
Additionally, employee survey tools can help to foster transparency and trust within the organization by providing a safe and confidential way for employees to share their thoughts and opinions. This can help to create a culture of open communication and improve overall engagement and satisfaction among employees.
There are many different types of employee surveys that organizations can use to gather feedback and insights from their employees. Some examples of employee surveys include:
- Engagement surveys: Designed to measure employee engagement and satisfaction and can include questions about topics like job satisfaction, company culture, and leadership.
- Culture surveys: Focused on understanding the company culture and can include questions about topics such as values, beliefs, and behaviors within the organization.
- Performance reviews: Assess an employee's job performance and can include questions about goals, objectives, and areas for improvement.
- Exit surveys: Administered to employees who are leaving the organization and can be used to gather feedback about the employee's experience and reasons for leaving.
- Needs assessments: Understand the needs and preferences of employees and can include questions about topics such as training, development, and career goals.
- Satisfaction surveys: Measure employee satisfaction with specific aspects of the job or organization, such as benefits, compensation, and work-life balance.