Online Surveys = Ongoing Insights

Parent Volunteer Survey Example

It's hard to believe we're already mid-way through the current school year. Signs this is true are the flyers being sent home to recruit parent volunteers for Spring Celebration as well as the four tubs of frozen cookie dough that were just shoved into the freezer (purchased from the holiday fundraising drive). As more and more schools look to parent volunteers to run school programs, increase fundraising activities, and help support teachers in the classroom, we are seeing many schools turn to SurveyMonkey as a fast and easy way to reach out to parents, gather useful feedback, and even sign up volunteers....

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SurveyMonkey’s Own Customer Satisfaction Survey as an Example

As part of our effort this month to share survey examples to show the variety of ways customers use SurveyMonkey to gather feedback and insights, we thought we'd share something near and dear to us: our own Customer Satisfaction Survey (fondly know by our team as our CSAT). Developed by Dr. Phil Garland, our VP of Methodology, and launched on our site by Phill Ludwig, our Principal User Interface designer, we are using this survey to measure on-going customer satisfaction with our website...

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Employee Satisfaction Survey Example

As the saying goes, feedback is a two-way street. Providing performance feedback to employees is one way. Providing a way for employees to give your organization feedback is the return trip. In our on-going series this month of sharing survey examples, embedded below is an example Employee Satisfaction Survey with topics and questions drawn from the several hundred thousand employee satisfaction survey questions that were asked through SurveyMonkey in the past year. With this particular survey, you can...

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