An employee attitude survey is used to determine the feelings and emotions held by employees toward an organization.
Employee attitudes change from time to time and attitude directly affects performance. Employees often
cite job enjoyment over direct compensation when asked what they look for in a job. Your employees
impact every aspect of business, from customer satisfaction to employee retention to bottom line
profits. Help your employees retain a happy outlook.
Employee attitude refers to the eagerness your employees display towards performing their tasks within
your organization. An employee's attitude is largely based on how they feel they are valued by the company.
Are their questions heard? Are their issues addressed? Are their ideas acknowledged? For an employee to
approach his or her job with enthusiasm they must believe that they are valued.
A superior employee attitude:
- Increases productivity
- Directly effects customer relations
- Reduces employee turnover
- Improves safety records as on-the-job accidents decline
A large part of your organization's success will depend on how engaged you can keep your employees.
Accomplishing this will give your employees a feeling of fulfillment that will allow you to retain
the best and the brightest talent. A positive attitude from your employees will get you there.