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1. Launch the survey: Senior management should demonstrate a strong desire to hear from employees. Questions and concerns from employees should be aired to remove any obstacles to their participation and get everyone on the same page. Make any meetings fun and as brief as possible.
4. Promote a positive environment: Ensure that supervisors give employees time and space to comfortably complete the survey. You may wish to offer treats or group rewards, but we recommend not giving prizes for completion. Ultimately, employees should take the survey on their own initiative, not for a reward.
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