Gallup knows how to help you measure employee engagement and create an engaged workplace. We've spent decades working with thousands of organizations around the world and studying the survey results from more than 25 million employees to develop our popular Q12 survey.
Stop wasting time and money asking your employees dozens or hundreds of questions that don't create results. Gallup's 5-minute survey asks just 12 crucial questions that measure the most important elements of employee engagement.
This cost-effective solution provides your small-to-medium-sized business with access to the same powerful employee engagement survey used by leading Fortune 500 companies.
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GALLUP'S Q12 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT SURVEY FEATURES:
THE ONLY 12 QUESTIONS YOU NEED
Measure engagement with a 5-minute survey using 12 straightforward questions that tie directly to business outcomes.
QUICK & EASY SETUP
Effortlessly customize your employee survey, and effectively convey its importance using Gallup's proven examples.
RESOURCES FOR MEASURING AND MANAGING
View real-time participation rates and receive materials that include Gallup's employee engagement best practices.
MEANINGFUL RESULTS & COMPARISONS
Receive results that compare your workgroups with the most comprehensive employee engagement database of its kind.
Use clear and specific results to quickly identify your opportunities for improving employee engagement.
OUTCOMES THAT MATTER
Improve employee engagement to increase profitability, productivity, customer satisfaction, and employee retention.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT GALLUP'S Q12 SURVEY:
Director of Human Resources,
City of Centennial, Colorado
"I used Gallup's Q12 survey in my previous job with a Fortune 500 company, and I was excited to see the Q12 available in a way that's affordable for smaller organizations. We chose Gallup's employee engagement solution because of the thoroughness of the research and the credibility of the data; we know the Q12 is an effective tool. Most important, we chose Gallup because every one of the questions measures something that's controllable by the managers and their employees at the local level. That's really what drives change."