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08-19-2012 11:01 PM #1
Are Dish Employees too Scared of Reprisal to Take the Internal Survey?
Based on the extensive feedback on
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It seems silly to ask here, as these boards have eyes and ears as well. But do any Dish employees here feel the same way, or are you confident that your genuine survey feedback will be heard and appropriated? You can always use a temporary user name to post if you're afraid of being discovered by Dish. One Dish employee has already done so. You may also want to connect from a public IP address rather than your home network... (Not sure how this tactic relates to the forum rules though.)
08-19-2012 11:06 PM #2Resident Psycho
08-19-2012 11:14 PM #3<- Yeah. I feed that.
An accurate employee survey can only be achieved if total anonymity is assured.
It doesn't sound like this current Dish employee survey is anonymous. As such, it will be grossly inaccurate, and not a true indication of employee satisfaction.FYI:
-It's "couldn't care less", not "could care less".
-It's "would've", "should've", and "could've", not "would of", "should of", and "could of".
-It's "voila!", not "walla!" (That's right. You've been speaking French all this time.)
-The first word in each sentence should be capitalized.
-A period goes at the end of each sentence.
-Commas are also a good idea, on occasion.
08-19-2012 11:57 PM #4
08-20-2012 12:28 AM #5
To be truly effective, the survey must be strictly confidential and also voluntary. Before it's implemented, however, Dish must lay a great deal of groundwork to ensure employees understand that it will be totally anonymous, and that their feedback will truly be taken into account. If they just say, "we're having a survey and you have to take it" it will just make the situation worse. You would be better not doing a survey.
It's in Dish's best interest to do a survey. Just one word, "union". That's enough to put the fear in most businesses today and the best way to prevent that happening is to have an engaged, satisfied workforce.
08-20-2012 02:45 AM #6