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Monitoring conditions within companies
A company that listens to its employees
Tensions on the job market, the financial market crisis and a drop in buying power are all factors that could cause the work environment within companies to deteriorate. As such, listening to employees by regularly measuring their opinions emerges as an indispensable means of prevention and workplace monitoring tool for business leaders.
To this end, BVA Opinion offers you a full range of solutions and skills to address your in-house concerns.
Our work environment expertise is essentially focused on three fields of action.
Employee surveysThese surveys regularly measure employees' opinions and expectations vis-à-vis their work conditions, managers, information sharing and buy-in to the company's strategy.
Such a tool makes it possible to closely track the state of mind of employees and anticipate any signs of unrest in the workplace.
Internal satisfaction surveysTo gain knowledge of employees' perception and needs with regard to a specific question:
These specific ad hoc surveys make it possible to evaluate how employees perceive the company's management policies and practices.
- Internal communication
- Creation of a business plan
- Perception of diversity
- Age management
- Acceptance of company values
National and international benchmarksBenchmarking lets you compare your company's results to standards established for a common perimeter (country of operation, business sector, employee skills level, etc.).
Job placement and training assessmentFor several years BVA Opinion has been developing specialized skills in job placement and the assessment of professional training.
Working in conjunction with numerous regional councils and professional federations, we have developed specific methodologies and tracking tools (ongoing surveys, regular results monitoring, etc.) to provide precise feedback on the experiences of beneficiaries and provide an operational assessment of the impact of ongoing training or some life event on various career paths.
BVA makes available to its customers a range of survey processes and innovative tools that are compatible with their issues.
Quantitative interviewing toolsParticularly well-suited to internal actions
- CAWI (Internet surveys administered via employees's business messaging accounts)
- CATI (telephone surveys at the employees' workplace or home)
- Self-administered (paper questionnaires made available in the employees' workplace or sent directly to their homes)
Secondary statistical analyses
To identify sound priority actions: strategic summary, regression analysis, employee categorization
Example: Visual report on overall job satisfaction
Individual interviews and focus groups enable a more detailed understanding of the factors that inform employees' opinion about the professional experience.