5 Tactics to Make Employee Feedback Gathering Part of Your Routine

5 Tactics to Make Employee Feedback Gathering Part of Your Routine

Last updated on January 27, 2022 at 06:39 pm

Gathering employee feedback is an important part of the communication process. It boosts employee engagement, facilitates two-way communication, and helps you continuously improve.

But many internal communication professionals are very busy. Initiatives like surveying employees (and following up on the results!) may take the backseat to other programs. Especially if you feel like you don’t know where to start, don’t feel like you have any help, or don’t have leadership buy-in.

Use these five tactics and engrain feedback gathering into your routine.

But don’t just stop with surveying. It’s critical to follow up after surveying employees. Employees aren’t experiencing “survey fatigue”, employees are tired of taking surveys and never seeing any action taken afterwards.

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