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Survey results for participating organizations
100 BEST NONPROFITS TO WORK FOR IN OREGON
If your organization participated in the 100 Best survey, you're well aware of the precious time and energy staff invested in it. Get detailed feedback and data to help illuminate your nonprofit's best practices according to its most discerning judges, the employees and volunteers who work there. And be sure to share survey results with them.
I. BASIC — How satisfied is your staff?
This “at a glance” report shows you:
a. Overall satisfaction scores for these categories: work environment, management and communications, mission and goals, career development and learning, and sustainable practices. b. Charts of employees/volunteers’ average satisfaction ratings on 35 workplace qualities, from benefits to trust in management.
II. EMPLOYEE/VOLUNTEER COMMENTS — In their own words
This package includes:
III. COMPREHENSIVE — How does your nonprofit stack up?
This deluxe package provides you with:
a. Overall satisfaction scores for each of six employee survey categories
b. Employee Comments report
c. Comparative charts showing (1) how satisfied your employees/volunteers are with the 35 workplace qualities and (2) how important those qualities are to them
d. Charts showing how your employees/volunteers’ 35 ratings compare to your choice of: a) all the participants in the survey b) the 100 Best Nonprofits c) the top 33/34 nonprofits in your size category in terms of (1) satisfaction and (2) importance.
e. A comparison of your organization’s benefits with those of the 100 Best Nonprofits and all participants, based on responses to the Employer Benefits survey
IV. SPECIALIZED — peer group, distribution and demographic data
These supplemental reports are available only with purchase of the Comprehensive package:
a. Focus report: Compares your organization's satisfaction and importance ratings to those of all participating organizations within you itype of organization. Choose from: advocacy, arts and culture, association, community development, credit unions, education, energy/efficiency, environment, health, housing, research, social service, workforce, youth, 100 Best Nonprofits, Top 33/34 Large, Medium or Small Nonprofits.
b. Distribution report: Shows what percentage of your employees responded.to each satisfaction- and importance- rating option (scale of -3 to +3) in the 35 statements of the survey. Provides view of how the majority of employees responded to each statement.
c. Demographic report: Charts of the 35 workplace qualities in terms of satisfaction and importance, showing the breakdown of a specific demographic category— occupation, years employed, age, gender, educational level or ethnic background.
COST: $500 per demographic category
d. Multi-year report: Charts of the 35 workplace qualities in terms of satisfaction and importance, comparing them year to year.
Respected Portland research firm DHM Research partners with Oregon Business to compile the 100 Best reports.
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