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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Company News and Announcements 2005 arrow Syndicated employee survey launched for local government sector
Syndicated employee survey launched for local government sector PDF Print E-mail
Written by ORC International   
10 Aug 2005
Employee research consultancy ORC International, has recently developed ‘ORC LA Engage’ – allowing local authorities to join together as a syndicate to share the cost of conducting their employee surveys. The product is being launched at a free event on Tuesday 6 September at the company’s head office in Islington, London.
ORC LA Engage enables likeminded organisations to share both the financial and administrative burdens of running an employee survey, while maximising opportunities for benchmarking and sharing best practice. The product is designed to provide all the key elements needed for an employee opinion survey and has the flexibility required to meet individual organisational needs. It lacks the constraints of other syndicated tools in that subscribing members do not all have to survey at the same time or use the same methodology. Key features include:
A standard questionnaire with room for tailoring to meet specific organisational needs
Printing and processing of questionnaires
Access to an experienced project manager
Production of results reports
Despite not yet being officially launched the product can already boast five members.
Commenting on ORC LA Engage, Caroline Lilley of West Sussex County Council said: “As a modern employer we subscribe to ORC LA Engage as a cost-effective and innovative way of gaining insight into the opinions and engagement of our staff. The product also enables us to learn from the experiences of the other members and provides excellent, inexpensive networking opportunities”.
For further information on the launch event please contact Sally Nicholls on 0207 675 1104 or This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Last Updated ( 10 Aug 2005 )
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