Employee pulse survey tool
Officevibe’s science-driven Pulse Surveys ask your team the right questions to measure employee engagement. Easy-to-read survey reports make it quick and intuitive to see where you can have the greatest impact. We do the heavy work so you can focus on supporting your team.
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Officevibe's Pulse Survey approach
Employees answer 5 relevant questions per week, and survey integrations mean they don’t have to break their flow of work.
Clear, easy-to-read reports give you real-time insights on how people feel, and a historical view to track engagement trends over time.
The survey is anonymous, so employees are confident to answer every question honestly and managers get more accurate results.
An employee survey platform that fuels engagement
Critical employee insights
Reports are easy to understand and designed to highlight what managers should focus on.
- Avoid survey fatigue with a smart algorithm that sends relevant questions without being repetitive.
- Clear, anonymized, aggregated data from survey results are presented in easy-to-read reports.
- Survey reports are easily shared with teams and key stakeholders across your organization.
Officevibe helps leaders in organizations make the right decisions about employee engagement.
- Know exactly what is working in your organization, and confidently invest on those areas.
- Spot the areas where people need support, and use this data to back up changes and resources.
- Quantitative feedback and custom surveys help you measure the impact of new initiatives.
Officevibe helps managers and teams work collaboratively and have more meaningful conversations.
- Data from the employee engagement surveys is available to everyone in your team for full transparency.
- Easily turn team metrics into talking points in one-on-one meetings booked directly in the app.
- Everyone is accountable for a positive workplace culture, and Officevibe gives employees a voice.
Smart employee Pulse Survey tools
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Employee pulse surveys FAQ
An employee Pulse Survey is a survey that’s sent to employees at regular intervals to measure their levels of engagement in their work and at their organization. Unlike an annual employee survey, Pulse Surveys provide more accurate, real-time insights for managers and leaders, and help them track engagement trends over time. This is done by asking fewer questions more frequently, to avoid biased responses and avoid survey fatigue. Pulse Surveys are fast and easy for employees to answer, and are designed to gather quick feedback so leaders can understand how people really feel.
The first step to create a Pulse Survey is to understand what you want to measure. Officevibe’s Pulse Surveys measure things like job satisfaction, manager-employee relationships, peer relationships, happiness, wellness, and other employee engagement metrics. From there, you can be sure to ask the right employee engagement questions to get you the information you’re looking for. Officevibe’s Pulse Surveys include multiple-choice questions, sliding-scale questions, and open-ended questions to collect a variety of employee feedback data. You can send a Pulse Survey weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. Officevibe is a Pulse Survey software that automates the process for you and saves you time, try it for free.
Employees are more likely to participate when they understand the purpose of the survey and feel safe to answer honestly. Explaining how the survey results will be used and that it’s an anonymous survey is helpful for participation. Employees will also be more invested if they’re a part of the part of the process, and see real action taken from survey results. Share reports with them, offer them full transparency on the survey results, and make them part of the solutions to challenges. When employees see that surveys result in action, and are invited to be a part of that action planning, they feel their voice really counts. You can turn survey insights into action by talking to your team openly and directly about team’s results and asking your team for ideas to improve things.
For you to drive real change, you need to know how people are actually feeling. But employees won’t share honest feedback unless the feel safe to do so. Pulse Surveys results should represent the sentiments of the team, and not pinpoint individual employees’ responses. Officevibe’s Pulse Survey reports never show individual answers, only aggregated results are presented. Text answers are anonymous by default, but employees have the option to reveal their identity in the chat if they choose to. This is all to support employees sharing their most honest feedback and thoughts, so reports represent how people really feel, and can be shared and discussed without anyone feeling singled out.
In Officevibe, a good employee survey response rate is between 60-79% participation, and an excellent survey response rate is between 80-99% participation. Participation rates can be tracked at a team level and across the entire company, and the participation report helps you see employee response rates over time.
Pulse Surveys are often between 5-15 questions. They should be quick and easy to answer, to avoid survey fatigue and increase employee participation. Officevibe’s Pulse Survey software sends 5 questions to each employee on a weekly basis. The smart algorithm ensures questions are different each week and all metrics are covered regularly. This keeps surveys relevant, improves accuracy of results, boosts your response rate, and avoids survey fatigue.
Not always, but here at Officevibe we take employee anonymity very seriously. Anonymity offers psychological safety for employees to confidently share their honest sentiments. In Officevibe’s Pulse Survey reports, individual answers are never displayed, only aggregated results are presented. A minimum of 3 employees needs to have answered a survey for managers to see the results in a team. Text answers are anonymous by default, but employees have the option to reveal their identity in the chat if they choose to. A minimum of 5 employees needs to have answered a survey for managers to see anonymous feedback.