Employee Opinion Surveys

Let Employers Group help you define your Employee Engagement Strategies

To help you build an engaged workforce, Employers Group offers a simple, but powerful tool: An Online Employee Opinion Survey. An Employee Opinion Survey is used to assess an organization’s strengths, weaknesses, and employee morale.  Altogether, with our tools,  you can start the process to develop an effective and engaging management program, prepare the organization for change, and understand what employees value in their work life.


Employers Group Membership Benefit:

Employers Group offers all new and renewing EG members one Online EOS per year ($1,600 value).  


Features of this benefit:

  • Custom built online survey within 3-5 business days of registration
  • Confidential and anonymous online data collection
  • Online company participation tracking and report access
  • Employee communication templates
Customizable Features:

  • 88 statements (included within 12 dimensions)
  • Up to 2 open ended questions
  • 2 breakout identification options
  • Password protected participant link option
  • Basic data analysis with breakout by identification options


EG’s online survey covers a variety of topics:


Additional Advisory and Support Services 

Your first EOS? You may need some additional help as you set-up your EOS. With this basic support package, we provide guidance on selecting your survey topics, identifying the breakout options that best fit your organization, crafting open ended questions for your survey goals. 

Need expert advising on your EOS results? We offer additional advisory services, inclusive of a 20-minute consultative call with recommendations and insights on your results. Many areas of concern that arise from an EOS are topics that we are experts in–let us help! We can help with salary grades and ranges, wage administration and policy, incentive plan design and alternative pay programs, executive compensation review, performance management, job analysis and evaluation plans, job descriptions, and FLSA exemption reviews. 


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