Thursday, August 11, 2011
When do you consider your employee survey to be complete?
- Once all of your employees have taken the survey
- Once your organization has received the data
- After you’ve shared a couple of reports with senior management
Find out why employee surveys should be an ongoing process, where the actions taken post-survey are even more important than the survey itself. Ignoring post-survey steps can be more detrimental to Employee Engagement and Satisfaction than not conducting the survey in the first place. In this webinar, we discussed essential post-survey steps, the importance of creating an ongoing survey process, why Engagement matters, and how to create a culture of Engagement.
Monster would like to thank Chris Dustin for presenting this webinar.
Executive Vice President, HR Solutions, Inc.
As Executive Vice President of Consulting, Mr. Dustin is responsible for the day-to-day leadership, guidance, and management of the firm’s consulting operations. These responsibilities include coaching and guiding clients to implement positive change based on the quantitative and qualitative data collected during the survey process. He is actively involved in conducting Management Kick-Off Meetings, Initial Presentations, Feedback Sessions, Presenting the Final Results and Recommendations to the client, and Action-Planning Training.
Mr. Dustin is also a frequent speaker at conferences nationwide. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado, concentrating in Management. He has worked with many major clients such as Barclays, Walt Disney World Corporation and JP Morgan Chase & Co to name just a few.