The Future of Employee Feedback – #12DaysofHCM

December 22, 2016      By Ultimate Software

Employees everywhere are talking, but are we listening?

The need for organizations to actively listen to their people is at an all-time high, with three-quarters of American workers saying they’re more likely to stay with a company longer if their concerns are heard and addressed, according to a study this year by The Center for Generational Kinetics.

The good news? Advances in employee-survey solutions now make it easier to collect, analyze, and act upon employee feedback—including open-ended responses—efficiently and effectively. Technology that combines natural language processing and machine-learning algorithms can analyze text-based feedback, enabling organizations to not only hear what employees are saying, but also measure how they truly feel about work.

We can learn a lot from our people. Organizations that take active steps in 2017 to get employee feedback, hear, and address concerns could see positive impacts on culture, performance, and retention.


Related Posts

computer concepts, share button key

Sharing At Its Best

employee feedback

Buying a House, Saving for Retirement and Choosing Benefits


Live from #UltiConnect 2012: Statistically Aware Human Resources


Connections 2012

1 Comment

  1. […] recent study from Ultimate Software revealed that 75% of employees would stay longer at an organization where they were listened to and […]

Leave a Comment