The Benefits of Running Anonymous Employee Surveys

April Thomas
Feb 11, 2019 · 4 min read

As a manager or business leader, it can be difficult to honestly understand engagement levels. Concerns about putting their best face forward can make employees appear to be happy and enthusiastic, even if their genuine opinions are a bit farther from the truth. To make matters worse, if frustrated or discouraged employees feel like they can’t openly talk about their concerns, they will naturally turn to friends, family and even public outlets like social media, potentially creating a negative image of your organization.

Of course, while all employees might work hard, employees who are genuinely invested and engaged naturally work harder and are more creative and happier. But how do managers help employees feel safe and encourage them to offer real and regular feedback? By providing them with anonymous employee surveys. In our newest article, we’ve put together just a few of the reasons why successful companies need to offer anonymous surveys to their employees.

Receive Honest Feedback

Inspire More Engagement

Improve Accountability

Make Informed Decisions

Boost Employee Retention

Anonymous employee surveys give coworkers a platform to fearlessly provide honest input about everything from proposed business policies to pineapple on pizza. Surveys offer straightforward and accurate information, promoting increased clarity, improved understanding, and genuine trust and transparency.

At MangoApps, we’re dedicated to helping businesses foster long-term success through innovative communication and collaboration technology. To learn more about MangoApps surveys or any of our other outstanding communication tools, contact us and schedule your own personalized product demo today.

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Management Matters

There's plenty out there for the C-suite. What about the rest of us-the high potential managers & up-and-comers. The future C-suite. Real leadership & management advice for front- and middle-management. A publication focused on management matters, because great management matters