• Barnett Waddingham
    Barnett Waddingham
  • Coronavirus – Free Pulse Survey

    The Coronavirus pandemic is affecting every organisation, large and small, and making all of us rethink how we work and live. Many employees will be looking to you for guidance; worried about their health; and adjusting to new norms like home working.

    During times like these, we need to come together. That’s why WorkBuzz is offering free access to all companies, not-for-profits, and government organisations, to our Coronavirus Pulse Survey:

    • A temperature check for employee wellbeing
    • Identify employees’ concerns and ways to support them better
    • Gain insights into how people are adjusting to remote working

    It’s quick to set up and only five minutes for employees to complete; GDPR compliant and your results are confidential; and there’s no cost / no catch – we’re just trying to do our bit to help.

    To find out more, click here

    What type of questions are organisations asking?

    Mental health and wellbeing:

    • How would you rate your mental wellbeing right now (Excellent – Poor scale)
    • My organisation supports me to balance my work and caring responsibilities effectively
    • I feel safe at work

    Leadership and communication:

    • I trust our leadership team to make decisions that protect me and my colleagues
    • Leadership visibly role model the behaviours they’ve asked of us
    • I am receiving the right amount of communication

    My manager:

    • I feel supported by my manager
    • I have enough contact with my manager

    Home working:

    • I have the tools I need to work effectively from home
    • Has working from home affected your productivity?
    • What changes, if any, would help you to be more productive working from home?

    Single Temperature Check vs Continuous Feedback

    WorkBuzz’s free Coronavirus Pulse survey provides a temperature check, at a given point in time.  Our paid-for-solutions also enable you to run more regular pulses to track employee wellbeing and identify any emerging issues during this crisis.  Please visit www.workbuzz.com for more information.


    Stuart O'Brien

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