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May
15

You’ve got disengaged employees. You’re trying to fix the problem.

But could you be the problem? That is, could you be the unknowingly sabotaging your own engagement efforts?

In this blog article, David Zinger talks about the problems that occur when organizations ask for anonymous feedback through employee surveys.

His viewpoint bears some similarity to ours at Juice: that employee surveys (whether anonymous or not) often have the opposite effect that companies are looking for—compounding disengagement instead of fixing it.

Check it out on David’s blog—and while you’re there, be sure to sign up for the Employee Engagement Network (it’s free!). 

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Brady Wilson

Brady Wilson

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