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10 Easy Survey Questions that Gauge Employee Well-being Participation

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Well-being programs are proven to boost engagement and production, but how well is your well-being program working? One of the most important approaches to answering this question is to go right to the source – your employees.

Informal well-being program surveys not only give you valuable information about your well-being program, but also are great for increasing employee engagement. They give employees a voice in how their program can be improved, and capture future growth ideas.

Ready to get started? Check out these 10 easy questions that will measure employee engagement. If you have more bandwidth to review survey responses, consider adding text fields after each question to gain further understanding of employees’ viewpoints.

1. On a scale of 1-5, how happy are you at work? (1-5 scale)
(1 – Very unhappy, 2 – Unhappy, 3 – Neutral, 4 – Happy, 5 – Very happy)

2. On a scale of 1-5, how happy are you with your current well-being program?
(1 – Very unhappy, 2 – Unhappy, 3 – Neutral, 4 – Happy, 5 – Very happy)

3. On a scale of 1-5, how clear is your understanding of how your well-being program works?
(1 – No understanding, 2 – Slight understanding, 3 – Neutral, 4 – Some understanding, 5 – Total understanding)

4. On a scale of 1-5, do you feel the leadership team encourages employees to utilize the well-being program?
(1 – No, not at all, 2 – Yes, a little, 3 – Yes, somewhat, 4 – Yes, a good amount, 5 – Yes, an incredible amount)

5. On a scale of 1-5, how much value do you feel your well-being program brings to you?
(1 – No value, 2 – Unsure/Unknown, 3 – Slight value, 4 – Some value, 5 – A lot of value)

6. On a scale of 1-5, how much does the well-being program have an effect on your health?
(1 – It has a negative effect, 2 – No effect, 3 – Somewhat positive effect, 4 –Positive effect, 5 – Very positive effect)

7. On a scale of 1-5, how much does the well-being program have a positive effect on your work?
(1 – It has a negative effect, 2 – No effect, 3 – Somewhat positive effect, 4 –Positive effect, 5 – Very positive effect)

8. What are 3 words you would use to describe your well-being program? (Open answer)

9. What are your favorite and least favorite parts of your well-being program? (Open answer)

10. Is there anything you would like to see improved within your well-being program? (Open answer)