I want to help you, but I don’t know who you are: the case for the non-anonymous survey.

WeThrive Team · April 23, 2021

It’s often said that employee engagement surveys should be anonymous because otherwise people will not speak freely. However, did you know that in fact the opposite is true and by conducting your next survey on an individual level you will collect more comprehensive data from more willing employees? Join us for our latest webinar to find out more.

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Contents
Join Piers Bishop, WeThrive co-founder and psychologist, on Wednesday 14th November at 2pm as he explores how you can gain more comprehensive data, from more willing employees.By listening to this recording you will:

  • Understand why the anonymous survey is in fact detrimental to your employee engagement efforts
  • View critical schools of thought regarding how individual level surveys are key to driving workplace productivity
  • See the recommended seven steps you should be taking during any employee engagement survey process
  • View case studies from WeThrive customers who are utilising the non-anonymous survey, one of whom has seen an increase of 19% in their staff retention as a result