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Employee wellness program survey

employee wellness program survey

Are you in the business of managing people's talents? Whether you oversee a recruitment agency, a training firm, or a full-service HR consultancy, this Employee wellness program survey could be a game changer for you.

It's designed to help you understand your current stance on employee wellness, highlight areas for improvement, and set targets for your program's success. It's your first step to a happier, healthier, more productive team. Let's get started.

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Questions to include on your Employee wellness program survey

1. Company Information

Understanding your company's background is important. It helps us tailor our service to your specific needs.

  • What is the name of your company?
  • Where is your company located?
  • What is the size of your company? (1-50, 51-200, 201-500, Over 500)

2. Current Wellness Program

Understanding your current wellness program, if any, can give us insight into what works and what needs improvement.

  • Do you currently have an Employee Wellness Program? (Yes, No)
  • If yes, please briefly describe your current Employee Wellness Program.
  • What do you expect the program to achieve?
  • How do you currently measure the success of your program?

The open-ended questions allow for a deeper understanding of the current wellness program.

3. Future Wellness Program

This section helps us understand what you expect from a new Employee Wellness Program.

  • What do you hope to achieve with a new Employee Wellness Program?
  • Which aspects do you think should definitely be included in the new program?
  • Are there any specific challenges or concerns you have when thinking about implementing a new wellness program?

The questions in this section help outline the expectations and potential barriers for implementing a new wellness program.

4. Employee Engagement

It's important to understand how employees might engage with the program. This helps us create a program that's suitable for your staff.

  • How would you describe your employees' current level of wellness engagement? (Low, Moderate, High)
  • What incentives do you think would motivate your employees to participate more in the program?

The incentives question is important because it allows us to align the program with employee interests, increasing the likelihood of participation.

5. Program Evaluation

This section helps us understand how you plan to evaluate the program's success.

  • How often do you want to evaluate the program's progress? (Monthly, Quarterly, Half-yearly, Annually)
  • What key performance indicators (KPIs) do you plan to monitor?

The KPIs question is crucial to establish measurable targets for the wellness program.

Things to consider

  1. Clarity and Conciseness - Make sure your questions are clear, concise, and avoid any technical jargon. It's important that your respondents understand exactly what information you're asking for.
  2. Respect Privacy - Be aware of privacy and data protection. Any sensitive questions, especially those related to health, should be optional and you should clearly state how the data will be used and stored.
  3. Use the Right HTML5 Fields - Utilize the right HTML5 fields to make it easier for respondents to fill in the form. For example, use radio buttons for Yes/No questions and dropdown menus where there are multiple choices.
  4. Order of Questions - Arrange the questions in a logical order. Typically, it's best to start with easier, less personal questions and move to more open-ended or personal questions towards the end.
  5. Mobile-First Design - Make sure your form is responsive and works well on mobile devices. Many people fill out forms on their phones and a mobile-friendly form can improve response rates.
  6. Use Validation - HTML5 validation can prevent respondents from skipping required fields and ensure they enter data in the correct format.
  7. Provide Instructions - Where necessary, provide instructions or examples for how to answer certain questions. This can be particularly useful for open-ended questions or when specific information is required.

How to create your Employee wellness program survey

Now that you know what questions you should include, it's time to build your form!

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People will forget to fill out your form. They'll get stuck halfway and not be able to finish it. Or they'll send you the wrong stuff. You end up wasting hours chasing people down over email. 

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  • Comments and questions - If the person filling the form gets stuck, they can ask a question without having to email you.

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