Tag: surveys

Lever’s Spring Release: New Automation Workflows, Advanced Analytics, Candidate Surveys, and More

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–With this release, Lever is announcing a host of significant upgrades to help companies scale faster and more efficiently. Lever is adapting its Talent Acquisition Suite as all companies respond to new ways of working, and as the availability of talent changes rapidly. The Spring Release provides new automation, analytics, candidate experience capabilities, and an expanded partner ecosystem. These updates further empower…

Singapore-based EngageRocket Raises USD $2 Million Series A for Employee Pulse Surveys, Performance, and Analytics

Singapore-based EngageRocket raised USD $2 Million for its employee engagement pulse survey, employee performance, and analytics app.  Globally, this is a crowded space with competition from other best of breed apps that have been at it for years, and improving feature sets from platform providers.   Source: https://www.digitalnewsasia.com/startups/engagerocket-raises-over-us2m-series-aims-boost-people-analytics-sea The post Singapore-based EngageRocket Raises USD $2 Million Series A for Employee Pulse Surveys, Performance, and…

OLX Poland surveys job-seekers for recruiters

In Poland, Naspers’ OLX.pl has surveyed job-seekers at the horizontal and published a report for employers with the survey findings. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post OLX Poland surveys job-seekers for recruiters appeared first on AIM Group.

Everything You Wanted to Know About Pulse Surveys

Many organizations and survey software providers use the terms “employee pulse surveys” and “always-on survey” (or variations of always-on, such as “continuous feedback” or “real-time feedback”) interchangeably. While this makes sense on the surface, pulse surveys are technically more similar to annual employee engagement surveys than to true always-on surveys.

Fake News or Just BS ? Why You Should Be Skeptical of Generation-Bashing Workplace Surveys

Why are so many people so into generation bashing today? For years, I’ve heard people gripe about the shortcomings of the Millennial generation, as if Gen X and the Baby Boomers (of which I am one) are somehow perfect and didn’t have their own challenges. I’ve written this before, but I’m sick and tired of the non-stop drumbeat that Millennials are somehow the scourge…

4 Reasons to Abandon Anonymity in Employee Surveys

While we still have a long ways to go, I am encouraged by what’s happening in human resources.  Over the past few years, we’ve found the courage to admit that some of our old-school HR practices are B.S. From the uselessness of the break-room suggestion box to the ineffectiveness of annual reviews, when we admit that the old way is flawed, we’re a whole lot…