12 Outrageous Employee Survey Statistics That Will Blow Your Mind (INFOGRAPHIC)

01 Oct

You know what’s really boring, those employee surveys that companies force their employees to do a couple times a year.

There are a couple of flaws in the way that the current system is set up that really don’t allow for management to get the most out of employee surveys, not to mention that some don’t strategize before, during, and after they implement surveys within their workplace.

We’ve found some pretty mind-blowing stuff around employee surveys that will make you think twice before just shelling out any random survey to your employees, along with a solution to get the same information faster.

Check it out:

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