Assistants are getting more and more involved in shaping the culture of the organisations they work for and getting feedback from their colleagues and co-workers. Getting feedback on how everyone feels is often done just through conversations in and around the office and of course, in the bar afterwards. However, there are a lot of tools out there now that can help collate feedback and analyse the results. Here are the five tech tools to help gather employee feedback, comments, objectives and much more.
Five tech tools to help gather employee feedback
Honestly is the most accessible tool to collect employee feedback. Users can automate surveys that can be sent out to employees to gather feedback. The system has powerful analytics and reporting, which tells users exactly which areas need to improve. You can also use Honestly for customer and client feedback.
Chimp or Champ
Chimp or Champ is a piece of software that allows you to check if your team, colleagues and employees are happy in their work. Every Thursday, the software sends out a survey that takes a few minutes to complete. On Friday the Executive Team will receive the results with feedback on how to make changes. The cost is $1 per user.
Office Vibes is a fully-integrated HR platform that comes with weekly pulse surveys, feedback and comment boxes for employees to give their take on what is happening in the business and what can be improved, a break down of the results by team and department and polls.
Engagedly comes with a whole load of features, including employee social collaboration, pulse survey tool, idea generation, and employee reward schemes. The platform also allows users to manage performance reviews, employee objectives and feedback.
&Frankly is a simple platform that measures and triggers engagement in the workplace. Get insights in real time on the state of the organisation and how employees feel about what is happening and the culture.