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Continuous internal communication is the key for better adoption of Hyphen across the organization.
Key Adoption Factors
- Pre-Launch email from CEO or senior executive to emphasize strategic importance:
- Why are we launching the surveys/Polls/Employee Voice?
- When will high-level results be provided to employees?
- Post-Close email to thank participants and re-state next steps
- Explore our communications content below – this consists of
- An email template to be sent out by your CEO on survey launch
- An email template to be sent out by managers to increase participation.
- A power-point presentation that introduces Hyphen to your employees
- Email Templates during the course of your survey to boost participation
- Posters to help spread the word across organization.
- Pick the strategy that works best for you – Pick the templates from the folder that you think work best for your Organisation. Your Customer Success Manager can help you with best practices.
- Review participation at granular level
- Make local managers accountable
- Put in place incentives or a competition to drive high survey completion
Commitment to Change
- Strive to understand the root causes of low scores
- Various reports from heatmap, category, Questions, comments and participation all aids in determining the hot-spots.
- Follow-on on issues not well understood
- Follow-up with group, teams, managers etc to better understand issues through targeted Pulse polls or informal communications.
- Fine-tune programs for next cycle
- frame better questions, strategy for the next survey runs.
- Train HR Business Partners and Business Managers
- Make business managers and HRBPs accountable; Make them use the Hyphen platform and train them on action plans.
- Make action planning the most important part of the process
- Continuous improvement is the way to achieve higher employee engagement and trust.
- Identify low hanging fruits that can be addressed promptly
- Communicate the changes made, this will improve the trust factor between employees and employer.