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Ten Signs That Your Employee Survey Program should be Updated

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  1. The trend data is in Roman numerals.
  2. The location codes include the Ottoman Empire and Prussia.
  3. The last administration of the survey included Cuneiform and Hieroglyphic translations.
  4. One survey item asked about how good a job Attila was doing.
  5. The organization hierarchy starts with the title Pharaoh.
  6. Occupation codes included lamplighter, elevator operator, pinsetter, iceman, milkman, switchboard operator, telegraph operator and lector (look it up).
  7. The instructions tell you to mark your answers on the abacus in front of you.
  8. The tenure item includes references to common era or before common era.
  9. The options on the scale for the gender item includes only one choice.
  10. The survey focuses primarily on employee engagement.


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Written by Jeffrey M. Saltzman

August 7, 2011 at 6:47 pm

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