Pulse surveys

Keep a finger on employee engagement.

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Written by Jonathan Morrice
Updated over a week ago

Pulse surveys are a simple yet effective tool to keep a finger on employee engagement. Learn why Pulse surveys are important here.

Our Pulse survey is embedded in Reflections, making it easy for employees to regularly report on how they feel. And helping you consolidate tools and cut costs!


How to enable Pulse surveys

For this step, you need to have Superadmin rights.


How to submit your Pulse

When Pulse surveys are enabled for the account, all users within the account will see the Pulse question “How do you feel at work?” in Reflections.

They'll select how you’re feeling based on a scale from 1 to 5.

They can then add a comment to provide additional feedback behind their rating.

The frequency of Pulse surveys will be in accordance with the Update frequency that is selected for the account.


Reviewing Pulse surveys

The Pulse information becomes available in the following locations to you and your manager.

  • Health report
    The aggregate data of all Pulse surveys collected will be available in your Health report. Here you'll see:

    • Overall Pulse over time for the selected timeframe.

    • The most recent average Pulse (and the number of responses collected).

    • Average Pulse segmented by Team.

  • Progress reports tab and details

    To find someone's Pulse scores, go to the Progress reports tab on their user profile and click View details.


Important notes

  • If Pulse is enabled, all users will receive a reminder and be required to submit a Pulse — even if they don't lead any goals.

  • Individual Pulse scores are only visible to the employee and their manager.

  • The frequency of Pulse surveys will be in accordance with the Update frequency that is selected for the account.

  • Learn why Pulse surveys are important here.


Need help?

Contact our friendly Support team via the live chat at the bottom-right of your screen, or email support@perdoo.com.

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