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Perception of Survey Anonymity | Employee Feedback 

Why your survey anonymity policy won’t cut it  Almost all employee feedback surveys are anonymous.  Whether the responses are posted into an old shoe box or filled out via an app, employees are rarely asked to put their name to their answers.  If you’re here, you already know the reason why – collecting feedback without the protection of anonymity means you

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What is employee engagement?
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What is Employee Engagement?

The whole reason for Wotters’ existence is to help companies get on top of their employee engagement. If you’ve taken a look through our website, or any of our content,

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Why we hate “Work Life Balance”

Screw Work Life Balance – It’s Story Time! I once worked for a company that had the phrase “Work Life Balance” emblazoned on the front of their office, right under

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