The PULSE DigiTool is a 100% anonymous survey that acts as a “temperature check” enabling you to check on the overall health of your organisation across different teams, departments, sites.
PULSE only takes a few minutes to complete and encourages active employee participation. PULSE makes it easy to collect, understand, and act on employee feedback.
PULSE helps you to identify opportunities to make meaningful impact by focusing on the drivers of engagement and hotspots across teams and departments.
With only 10% of UK employees engaged in the workplace, regular use of PULSE to gain employees' views provides a feedback loop and benchmarks progress from one period to the next (month-on-month or quarter-on-quarter). This improves employee engagement, plot trends and link improvements back to actions all while you are creating the feedback you need. PULSE is complimentary to the YourView employee engagement survey, not a replacement.
Using PULSE will help you to develop your company culture and create greater bonds amongst employees and teams.
PULSE is smooth to administer, easy to act on and can be branded with your logo and colours.
PULSE can be used monthly or quarterly to ensure continuous feedback.
Research indicates that employees want to provide feedback more regularly:
The aim of PULSE is to help you to get better at what you do. There are 20 PULSE points designed to measure what matters including the key metric of employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS).
You have three PULSE survey options:
1. PULSE BP (Best Practice) survey – 20 best practice questions mapped against 20 PULSE points
2. PULSE Heart containing 5 core questions at the heart of an organisation’s performance plus the opportunity to select what other questions are most relevant
3. PULSE Freeform survey giving you complete freedom to select relevant questions drawn from a bank of statements.
All statements use the Likert Scale: strongly disagree, disagree, neither agree or disagree, agree, strongly agree.
All PULSE surveys provide the option to have results split by team / department / function / site.
The percentage of people who engage with each PULSE survey is recorded.
The 20 PULSE points: