Learn how we measure D&I in your company. Pulsely's data acquisition system is focused on the improvement in accuracy of measurements.
Understand your employees’ top mind concerns about their job during this pandemic crisis. Change is hard for people and organisations. COVID-19 has introduced an unanticipated and unprecedented pace of change. An essential element of change management is getting feedback from the people affected by that change.
Pulsely developed a set of questions that allow your employees’ to express their feelings about their current work situation and their perception of how your company is handling the crisis so you can check in on your people while attending to business.Take the pulse of your organization to assess how it is adapting to new work norms, to check in on employees’ mental wellbeing, and to ensure trust and confidence in the organisation's leadership. See our reference here.
When it comes to building a D&I strategy, the first step is to have an accurate snapshot of the diversity of your people within the company. However, companies often struggle to collect demographic data for their employees. Privacy and legislative restrictrictions can make it even more difficult. In many cases, you need to rely on your employees’ willingness to volunteer the information
Employees can be more comfortable sharing their data with a third party. Pulsely collects that information through surveys in a confidential and compliant manner employees’ demographic information is collected only with their consent while completing the survey. Our process supports you in increasing employee trust for sharing their personal data. We also offer the option for employees to share their Self-ID data with their HR department directly from our surveys.
External research shows the link between inclusion and business outcomes. An analysis of how inclusion correlates with engagement, team effectiveness, innovation and retention will provide you with the data to demonstrate the value of a D&I program to your leadership team and the broader organisation.
Pulsely helps you create your own internal business case for inclusion and addresses the real issues your employees are facing.
Employee feedback allows you to detect inclusion issues that may exist in your company. By combining employees' workplace experience with demographic information, Pulsely allows you to understand and compare how different groups are experiencing the workplace and how those experiences impact your employees’ ability to work effectively and grow their careers.
For example, find out whether different ethnic groups perceive equal opportunity for career growth in your company. What is driving turnover intentions of specific groups?
Read more about workplace inclusion measurements.
Listen to what your employees have to say. Pulsely harnesses the power of your employees’ collective intelligence. We gather feedback about your employees’ top of mind concerns and analyse the most common themes among your workforce, by segment, allowing them to have a voice and contribute to the process.
An inclusive organization requires change at both the organizational and individual level. Evaluate your employees’ inclusive skills.
While it is important to address workplace inclusion at the organisational level with a focus on programs, policies, and culture, it is also necessary to evaluate how inclusion is driven by day-to-day interactions of individuals.
Pulsely helps you understand the beliefs and actions of individuals within your workforce by assessing the inclusion competencies of your employees and guides your learning and training programming. Read more about different levels of people’s inclusivity and how that is reflected in people’s behaviours.
As you set goals and implement change, you will want to monitor the people side of change and your progress on specific metrics. Pulsely offers you Pulse Surveys(link), a quick and effective tool to collect employee feedback on a range of metrics: general wellbeing; challenges identified in your survey results; follow through on planned actions; perceptions of consistency between formal process and informal practices; reactions to leadership messaging; and many others.
Pulsely pulse survey software employs:
Read more about uploading employee data via files. Alternatively, an integration of your Human Resource System with Pulsely offers additional benefits: