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Free survey to gauge your employees’ readiness to return to the office

Employees may feel stress about returning to their physical office space. The Stegmeier Consulting Group has created a 10-question COVID-19 Return-to-Work Readiness Survey to help you capture your employees’ sentiments on coming back to work, which can help you proactively address workforce concerns. To help companies during the COVID-19 crisis, the group is offering the survey for free to US and Canadian employers.

The free COVID-19 Return-to-Work Readiness Survey covers the following:

  • Hosting
  • Tech support for any troubleshooting/employee questions
  • Unique survey link to keep your data separate from other employers
  • Invite/welcome, reminder, and final push messaging email templates to send to employees
  • PDF of summary data/charts
  • PDF of individual responses by question
  • CSV file of raw data output

Data collection done by Stegmeier Consulting Group typically includes robust analysis, highlighting themes and trends on what we’ve learned. Clients appreciate our attention to detail, and the recommendations included in our executive summary reports are usually eye-opening. For those seeking a detailed analysis of the results or survey customization (content edits/additional questions/sequencing/segmentation and demographics/respondent tracking/etc), we are happy to provide a cost estimate based on your requirements.

“We know this is the type of activity many employers would typically cut out in light of the current economic uncertainty. We want to make sure employees in our business communities have a chance to not only voice their concerns but share their ideas with their employer on how to safely return to the workplace.

“If you find this free service of value, please consider paying it forward and thinking about how your organization can help your local business community in this time of need. You may find the nonprofit we started, Project WHEN (Workplace Harassment Ends Now), worthy of supporting. We encourage you to take a look through Project WHEN’s website to see how we’re working to make workplaces everywhere more respectful, what individuals can do to get involved, and how your company can join the movement.”

Learn more here. Your company can then use this data to develop or refine your Coronavirus Workplace Re-entry Strategy