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Hi all,
I was asked as HR manager if you have 1000 employees working in your company, hoe will you judge their attitude ? what si the diff between a leader and a manager ? what are the tequniques of manpower survey or attitude survey?
can anyone throw some light on this? I would be grateful !
thanks

An employee attitude surveys can also be an invaluable tool to boards and management in short and long-range planning. By identifying areas of employee satisfaction and dissatisfaction, problems can be identified before they become crises; communication, morale and productivity can be measured and improved. In looking toward the future, an employee survey can provide important data on the health and well-being of the workplace as well as identify areas for improvement.

employee attitude survey is just as important an activity as a marketing or expansion project. As such, it must be carefully planned, starting with clarifying the goals of the survey followed by preparation of the questions to be asked. Typically such surveys address the following topic areas: job satisfaction; competence and fairness of supervision; effectiveness of on-the-job training; satisfaction with pay and benefits; opportunities to grow and develop new skills; quality of the work environment (working conditions, personnel policies, relations with co-workers, etc.); operational efficiency; confidence in management; and effectiveness of organizational communications.

Employee attitude surveys are excellent diagnostic tools by which boards and management can learn about important job-related perceptions of employees -- perceptions that can significantly affect both individual and organizational effectiveness. By conducting an employee attitude survey, the board communicates that its ongoing concern for management of the co-op's resources covers both human and financial resources. A survey by a third party can objectively help a co-op focus on problems and solutions and build a stronger, more effective organization

Leaders do the right things.They have followers.Their main focus is to lead people with passion.They direct people in to new roads.
Managers do things right.They have subordinates.Their main focus is to manage work.
They direct people in to existing roads

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