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Employee survey research: Impact of the GFC on employee views of customer initiatives

This Insync Surveys study examines employee perceptions of their employers' customer focus before and during the economic downturn.

Employee survey research: Employee emotional engagement

In times of economic doom and gloom, employee engagement can drop off because employees lose confidence and become fearful about the organisation's future. If there ...

Board survey research: Organisation and board performance

This is the third in a series of boardroom perspectives based on our board survey that captured the views of 625 directors who sit on 79 different Australian and New ...

Board survey research: CEO performance and remuneration

An Insync Surveys study in conjunction with Board Benchmarking This is the second in a series of boardroom perspectives based on the views of 625 directors who ...

Employee survey research: The Insync Alignment Update

A series of five reports which will confirm or debunk common perceptions held by CEOs and HR leaders. The reports look at:

Board survey research: Risk management in the boardroom

An Insync Surveys study in conjunction with Board Benchmarking This research is based on a board survey that captured the views of 625 directors who sit on 79 ...

Employee and customer white paper: Meshing customer & employee research

This white paper explores the benefit to organisations of integrating employee and customer research.

Employee survey research: The Insync Retention Review 2007

Our research shows that nearly 90% of employee turnover is avoidable with differentiated strategies for demographic groups.

Employee survey white paper: The business case behind employee entry and exit surveys

Keeping talented employees is a critical success factor given the current skills shortage. Employers need to devise new approaches to retain younger staff as baby ...