Can you benefit from our quality of work life survey?
Take our "10 questions" quiz
you answer more than one of the questions with a "yes"
you might be in need of our quality of work life survey.
you conduct quality of work life surveys (morale, attitude, job
satisfaction, climate, etc.) do you conduct them internally rather
than using an outside consultant to conduct them?
Have any of your employees ever been identified with respect to
their responses to a QWL survey?
Do you get less than 95% return from the employees selected to
participate in the survey conducted by you or your consultant?
Has the QWL survey instrument distributed to your employees been
tested and determined to be valid and reliable?
Are the questions on your QWL survey questionnaire selected without
formally and specifically addressing every one of the 39 human
needs that tend to motivate human behavior in the work environment?
Does every job related factor for which information is sought
on your QWL survey instrument ask only about how satisfied or
dissatisfied the employee is with the factor, rather than also
asking about how important the factor is to the employee, and
about the probability that management will do something about
improving the factor?
Do you or your consultant prioritize the factors that require
the greatest attention based only on those with the highest levels
of dissatisfaction rather than employing a formula that addresses
all three of the questions asked about in item 5 above, i.e. satisfaction,
importance, and remedial expectation?
Are a significant number of your employees fearful that they might
be identified by their written responses to the QWL survey?
Do your survey results emphasize how many employees are satisfied
or dissatisfied with a work-related factor rather than how intense
the degree of dissatisfaction is felt toward the factor by all
employees within a department, division, group or total organization?
Are comparisons made between your averages and that of averages
from other organizations rather than against a statistically determined
standard that forecasts the propensity and direction of employee