As companies are looking to 2013 and thinking about ways to improve their operations, Grapevine Surveys is offering them a chance to use survey software to find out more about how to motivate their employees.
As companies are looking to 2013 and thinking about ways to improve their operations, Grapevine Surveys is offering them a chance to use survey software to find out more about how to motivate their employees. Interested organizations are invited to sign up for a 30-day free trial of the online survey provider's services.
According to Grapevine, "Employee satisfaction is one of the most significant determinants of an organization's productivity and success." Though the company's product offerings can potentially be used to gather information on a variety of subjects, their practical focus is on working with organizations that want better tools for gathering information about employee motivation and satisfaction. This includes the ability to use templates, as well as tools designed to make it easy to create customized options.
Any organization taking advantage of the free trial offer will receive 30 days of access to the system, including all of its features and tools. Users can view the results from a preloaded survey, and will receive 25 survey credits. It also includes phone and email support to handle any questions or issues that may arise. Wes Houston of Grapevine Surveys explains, "We want to give people a chance to see how much easier it is to break the data down and use it to make decisions when you have a great set of analytical tools."
One of the issues that can make it very difficult for a company to gather useful information with an internal survey is the fact that employees may fear that honest responses could put them at risk. According to Mr. Houston, Grapevine's online survey software (www.grapevinesurveys.com) solves that problem, "All of the answers people submit go to us first, and we use 128-bit encryption and a very secure data center. We actually designed our system to be incapable of tracking IP or email addresses. We feel that a guarantee of privacy is very important to the quality of the results that we can offer to our customers."
The free trial is available to any company that would like to experiment with employee surveys as a way of improving operations in the new year. Mr. Houston is confident that the trial will persuade employers that their service offers a great value, "Satisfied and happy employees are more productive, and that's important in the short term. We want to help companies to look at their long term success as well. We're trying to help companies to improve their employee loyalty so that they have a staff that both sticks around and recommends their organization and products every chance that they get."