Custom employee surveys with Actionable insightS
WHAT Do YOUR STAFF
turnover per employee
According to research by Oxford Economics and Unum, employee earning £25,000 a year or more
Disengaged from work
Lanes Group PLC recently revealed that over two-thirds of UK professionals have disengaged from their work
UK AVERAGE TURNOVER
The average turnover - or churn -
for UK workers is 35% according to CIPD community
THE ANONIMOO WAY
We believe that true team building starts with trust and open communication. That's why we utilise an anonymous survey system that allows colleagues to share their thoughts and opinions with confidence.
Our team of experienced survey creators will work with you and your team to create a customised survey tailored to you and your employees.
Actionable feedback is built into our dashboard. Our simple but powerful dashboard will help you understand more about your team over a week, month, quarter or even a year.
Discussion is the key to progress. Workloads can be too much, too little, we fuel open conversation, appraisals, team meetings or sprint reviews. Teams can overcome obstacles, plan ahead and strengthen their bonds.
Are up to 20% more productive*
At Anonimoo, we understand that the happiness of teams is essential for achieving success in any business. That's why we use anonymous surveys to help companies identify areas of improvement and create a happier work environment for their employees.
Our surveys are designed to provide honest feedback, without fear of retaliation or judgment. By facilitating open communication between team members and management, we aim to build a culture of trust, respect and happiness.
*Happy employees are as much as 20% more productive in the workplace than unhappy employees according to Forbes.
Feedback matters! As we strive to create an environment where everyone feels heard and valued, we invite you to use our brief and free one question survey.
A powerful and quick method to gauge how the team are feeling. Additionally, we've included an open forum at the end for you to express any thoughts, suggestions, or concerns you might have.
Participation is anonymous and crucial in helping us understand and address the needs of your team better.
Boost Your Team's Performance
Our blog is filled with articles on team well-being, giving you valuable insights on how to cultivate a positive and productive team culture.
Some of the benefits
Anonymity encourages team members to express their thoughts candidly without fear of repercussions. This honesty provides the company with a genuine understanding of the team's feelings, concerns, and suggestions.
Identifying Pain Points
An anonymous survey allows employees to highlight issues that they might hesitate to address openly. This insight helps the company pinpoint specific pain points within the team or organization that require attention.
Understanding how the team is feeling fosters better communication. It enables the company to bridge gaps in communication and address any misunderstandings or lack of clarity within the team.
By actively seeking input from employees, a company demonstrates its commitment to their well-being and engagement. This act alone can boost morale, making team members feel valued and heard.
Insights from an anonymous survey can guide strategic decisions. Understanding team sentiments helps in aligning company goals, policies, and initiatives with the needs and expectations of the team, thus enhancing overall performance.
Retention and Engagement
Addressing concerns raised in the survey can lead to higher retention rates. Actively responding to employee feedback demonstrates a commitment to improving the work environment, which in turn increases employee engagement and loyalty.
Proactive Problem Solving
By proactively identifying issues through an anonymous survey, a company can tackle problems before they escalate. This proactive approach minimizes potential disruptions and ensures a smoother path toward the company's future objectives.
Adapting to Change
Understanding how the team feels in real-time allows the company to adapt to changing circumstances more effectively. This adaptability is crucial in an ever-evolving business landscape.
Businesses often forget about the culture, and ultimately, they suffer for it because you can’t deliver good service from unhappy employees.