CultureIQ Releases eBook to Help Companies Create Effective Employee Surveys

Provides Tools to Strengthen and Manage a High-Performing Company Culture

NEW YORK--()--CultureIQ, the culture management platform that helps companies understand and strengthen their culture, today announced the release of its new eGuide, “Employee Surveys: Everything You Need to Know.” As employers continue to realize the immense value of a high-performing company culture, this comprehensive resource provides the necessary guidance to positively impact culture and foster employee engagement through employee surveys.

“Successful businesses work to create an intentional business culture that empowers its valuable employees to be heard,” said Greg Besner, CEO, CultureIQ. “A tailored employee feedback program allows companies to play an active role in building and managing their culture.”

This free resource is a guide for businesses to build and maintain a high-performing culture by collecting data on employee sentiment, tracking progress of employee sentiment, and identifying opportunities for changes across the organization. The “Employee Surveys: Everything You Need to Know” eBook covers:

  • How to set the stage for feedback
  • Survey use cases
  • How to plan, design and test a survey
  • How to optimize a survey
  • Next steps after a survey is completed

To download the eBook, please visit: www.cultureIQ.com/resources

About CultureIQ

CultureIQ helps you leverage employee feedback to measure, understand, and strengthen your culture. Its flexible surveys, intuitive analytics and seasoned strategy team provide unprecedented insight into your organizational culture—plus guidance on where to focus to drive meaningful change. With CultureIQ, you can collect and understand the right data on an ongoing basis, pinpoint opportunities across employee demographic groups, and align your culture with your business strategy. Based in New York City, CultureIQ was founded in 2013 by Greg Besner, an adjunct professor at New York University Stern School of Business and one of the early investors of Zappos.com. The company is backed by a group of notable investors, including Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Founder Collective and Pritzker Group Venture Capital. For more information, visit www.cultureiq.com or follow us on Twitter at @CultureIQ.

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Contacts

Treble
Gina Manassero, 512-960-8222
cultureiq@treblepr.com