Anonymous Surveys are a great way for employees to speak their minds without fear or rejection or negative consequences. The intelliHR anonymous forms feature provides the ability to create truly anonymous surveys i.e. a survey completely separate from any kind of personally identifiable information and one from which respondents cannot be identified. This article is designed to remove any doubt regarding the purpose and functionality of anonymous forms at intelliHR.
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What are anonymous forms at intelliHR?
Anonymous vs Confidential Surveys
These two closely linked types of surveys are often confused. Please see below for the key differences:
- Confidential Surveys - responses are connected to personal information, whether recorded in an employee record in the HRIS, or provided by the employee within the survey. Survey results can be further filtered to show the granularity of the data. The organization pledges to keep the information private, although certain administrators can access the data and identify respondents.
- Anonymous Surveys - responses are completely separate from any kind of personally identifiable information such as department, employee ID number, email, or other unique identifiers. Respondents cannot be identified.
The anonymous surveys feature available on your intelliHR platform provides truly anonymous feedback, meaning the respondents cannot be identified.
What are the benefits of Anonymous Surveys?
Anonymous survey boost employee engagement rate. According to findings from Gallup, organizations that report high levels of employee engagement will have a 59% reduction in employee turnover rate. Forbes also reports that 74% of employees will be more inclined to give feedback about their company, workload, and culture if the feedback channel was made truly anonymous. Here are 7 quick reasons for you to start using anonymous surveys:
- Foster a culture of openness and trust.
- Promote inclusion: Anonymous employee feedback can be fundamental to ensuring that all people’s comments are taken seriously on important issues such as diversity and inclusion.
- Foster innovation: Providing employees with an opportunity to raise suggestions anonymously encourages creative thinkers to develop new ideas in an open and free environment.
- Creating a space where employees can anonymously give feedback, and make suggestions, regardless of their job role is a less intimidating way to find out where you can make quick improvements.
- They let employee focus on the questions, not their responses.
- Even the silent will be more comfortable having their voices heard.
- They shows that you care!