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December 4, 2015

After seeing a recent article about scientist decoding the "Panda Language" we thought that we would share with you the multiple languages that our technology can translate into...spoiler alert...panda is not one of them.

Not everyone is multilingual.

So you need a survey that can cater to every one in your company no matter what language they speak.

Data Solutions supports...

August 24, 2015

There are many methods to dramatically increase response rates on your surveys. Spending money on incentives is not one of them.

Folks in Higher Education have long known that awarding money or prizes in random drawings yields the lowest ROI and is the least effective way to encourage students to complete their instructor evaluations. If even cash-hungry students aren’t i...

July 27, 2015


So what's the right employee engagement strategy to dramatically increase engagement in your organization?


Well let's first talk about the wrong strategy...

Usually, someone from HR has to convince the CEO to spend money on an employee survey. And when the results come back, the data is hoarded by the senior leadership and a committee is formed to brainstorm wa...

February 23, 2015


Good news! According to the research firm Modern Survey, employee engagement is at an eight-year high in 2014; in fact, it's at its highest since they began their annual survey in 2007 of 1,000 full-time employees at more than 100 companies. Companies like Modern Survey and Gallup have been trumpeting the benefits of engagement for years, so many organizations have give...

February 3, 2015

HR consulting company Aon Hewitt recently released its list of the top 25 companies for leaders. These “leaders in leaders” share five key characteristics, according to Lorraine Stomski, head of Aon Hewitt’s leadership consulting practice


The top companies are more likely to:

1: Assess the while leader early in his or her career.

2: Encourage leaders to understand their ow...