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The survey is divided into six sections: Work Environment; Management & Communications; Decision-making & Trust; Career Development and Learning; Benefits & Compensation; and Sustainable Practices (used to determine the 100 Best Green Companies list). Within each section are 4 workplace qualities (10 in Sustainable Practices) on which employees rate satisfaction and importance. There is also an optional demographic section and two open-ended questions asking what employees like about their workplace and what they would like improved.
For each statement below, employees rate:
I. Work Environment
1. Flexibility to balance family, community and job obligations
II. Management & Communications
5. Treatment by supervisors and management
III. Decision-making & Trust
9. Sense of shared accountability for company performance
IV. Career Development & Learning
13. On-the-job training
V. Benefits & Compensation
17. Health and wellness plan quality, options and cost
VI. Sustainable Practices (Used for 100 Best Green Cos. List)
21. Sustainability as part of the company’s mission
Optional demographic information
What is your job level?
How many years have you worked for your company?
• Less than 2 years
What is your age group?
• Younger than 25
What is your gender?
What is the highest education degree you have earned?• High school diploma
• Two-year associate's/technical
• Bachelor's degree
• Master's degree
Which of the following best describes your racial or ethnic group?• Asian/Pacific Islander
• Black/African American
• Native American/Eskimo/Aleut
Additional comments• What about your company makes it great?
• What about your company would you like to improve?
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