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Your Employer Net Promoter Score cultivates employee advocacy with a one-question survey asking employees to rate their satisfaction at work. By turning engagement into a trackable metric, you are better able to identify where efforts need to be made to improve your company culture. Whether you are in the office, remote, or in a hybrid model, eNPS is the handy tool to pulse check your organization.
Starting on January 1st, 2022 and running through the end of the first quarter on March 31st, 2022, we are offering a free trial of eNPS for your entire team. This means you will be able to include employees who are not currently on the software in your eNPS surveys at no extra charge. You may sign up at any time prior to or during the first quarter of 2022 in order to get free access to this feature through March 31st, 2022. This trial is exclusive to customers who are not currently using eNPS for their whole team.
Sign up using the form below. Feel free to contact your Advisor directly with any questions. We also recommend signing up early to get the most out of the trial!
Benefits of using eNPS in Align:
Understand the trend analysis to gauge your company’s culture and areas for improvement
Engage your whole team and encourage employee participation, making your team members feel valued and appreciated
Access all data in one place
Why use eNPS?
According to Gallup, 85% of workers worldwide are either not engaged or, worse, actively disengaged at work. The benefits of having better-engaged workers are obvious, but startling to see laid out in their entirety: lower staff turnover, less absenteeism, fewer accidents, even less theft, all of which leads to higher customer loyalty, sales, and profit. Check out our eNPS blog post for more.
“My company takes its culture and its employees happiness very seriously. Using eNPS for the entire company allowed us to track employee happiness and also get constant feedback that has already led to changes that increased happiness and engagement.”