Anonymous surveys bring out the truth: Communicate results, actions based on input

December 2010
Hospice Management Advisor;Dec2010, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p135
The article focuses on the anonymous way of conducting a survey that will provide truthful answers from employees in the U.S. According to Moses Altsech, PhD, founder of Marketing Hospice, a Madison, Wisconsin-based marketing consulting service, employees are more open if they know that their own supervisors are not going to be seeing the survey forms. The article states that the outside consultant who can provide additional help evaluating information is one way to ensure anonymity.


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