Employee Needs and Interest Survey

Definition - What does Employee Needs and Interest Survey mean?

An employee needs and interest survey, within the context of occupational health and safety, is an assessment of the attitudes, behavior, and beliefs of a given group of workers within a company or organization. The information provided by an employee needs and interest survey is used as evidence when optimizing new health programs and policies inside a given workplace. An employee needs and interest survey is sometimes called an employee interest survey.

WorkplaceTesting explains Employee Needs and Interest Survey

An employee needs and interest survey is regularly used to determine the needs and interests of the working population. The survey can rely on a specific topic (e.g. physical activity) or will approach a global variety of needs (e.g. tobacco/alcohol use, physical examinations, nutrition). An employee needs and interest survey will also regard interests and opinions from employees to determine a wellness initiative inside the worksite. It is hoped this will give employees a sense of ownership and involvement regarding the decision making initiatives inside the organization.

This definition was written in the context of Occupational Health and Safety
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