First of all, you will need to consider what the aim of your employee engagement survey is: are you floating the survey to get a sense of how engaged they are, or are you using it to pinpoint an engagement problem?
The next step in conducting an employee engagement survey is to take into account any knowledge about employees’ experiences within the company. If you already know they’re concerned about their workload or their line management, then factor questions in about this in the survey.
Finally, creating the survey should have the aim of keeping their attention throughout. Your employee engagement questionnaire questions should be succinct and to the point, you don’t want any answers to come as a result of misunderstanding the questions. Our Engagement Specialists help you create the employee engagement survey questions.