Template to Measure Belonging in Your Workforce

Template to Measure Belonging in Your Workforce

About this Guide

Belonging impacts the bottom line – from lowering employee turnover by 50% to increasing job performance by 56%.

But in a changing world of work, fostering belonging has become substantially more complex – and increasingly critical.

So how do you measure “belonging” at work?

We’ve created a survey template to help you do just that. Use these survey questions to poll your employees and get a baseline assessment of how your organization is doing – and identify where you can improve.

This template includes:

  • 23 survey questions to assess belonging in 3 key areas
  • Best practices to implement the survey & interpret results
  • How to take the next step and boost belonging in your workplace

Download the survey template to get started!


Laura House

Laura House

Founder, the-thread

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