Measuring Engagement with Anonymous eNPS 

The Employee Net Promoter Score (ENPS) is a powerful indicator for measuring engagement and satisfaction among employees within an organization. The core question of ENPS is straightforward: "Would you recommend your company as a good place to work?" However, garnering honest responses can be a challenge if anonymity and security are not assured.

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Anonymity and Security with Electis:

Our public blockchain and open-source platform provide an ideal solution for conducting ENPS surveys. With our cutting-edge technology, each response is secured and anonymous, ensuring accurate and honest feedback from employees.

Assured Anonymity

Employees can express their opinions honestly without fear of repercussions, thanks to the anonymity guaranteed by our platform.

Enhanced Security

The public blockchain ensures that each vote is recorded securely and indelibly, ensuring the integrity of the survey.

Instant Results

Access results in real time, allowing for quick analysis and proactive actions based on the feedback received

Ease of Use

Set up your ENPS survey quickly and easily, and allow employees to respond with just a few clicks, whether on a computer or mobile device.

Understanding ENPS Measurement

The Employee Net Promoter Score (ENPS) is a potent indicator for measuring engagement and satisfaction among employees within an organization. It is computed by asking a simple yet powerful question: "Would you recommend your company as a good place to work?" The responses are usually rated on a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 means "Not at all likely" and 10 means "Extremely likely".

Here's how the scores are interpreted:

  • Promoters (9-10): Employees giving a score of 9 or 10 are considered promoters. They are most likely to recommend the company and are generally more engaged and satisfied with their work environment.

  • Passives (7-8): Employees giving a score of 7 or 8 are considered passives. They are satisfied but not enthusiastic, and their loyalty isn't guaranteed.

  • Detractors (0-6): Employees giving a score between 0 and 6 are considered detractors. They might be dissatisfied and are least likely to recommend the company.

The ENPS is then calculated by subtracting the percentage of detractors from the percentage of promoters. The final score can range from -100 (if everyone is a detractor) to +100 (if everyone is a promoter).

Importance of Anonymity and Security:

To garner honest and accurate responses, it's crucial that employees feel secure while providing their feedback. This is where Electis steps in, offering a secure and anonymous platform to conduct your ENPS survey, thereby ensuring invaluable insights for enhancing employee engagement and satisfaction.


Explore Common Queries

How does Electis ensure anonymity and security in ENPS surveys?

Electis utilizes public blockchain and open-source technology to ensure that each response is recorded securely and anonymously. This technology prevents any data manipulation and guarantees the integrity of the survey.

How are the ENPS survey results presented?

The ENPS survey results are presented in real time on our platform. You can access a comprehensive analysis of responses, including the distribution of promoters, passives, and detractors, as well as the overall ENPS score.

How can I launch an ENPS survey with Electis?

aunching an ENPS survey with Electis is simple and quick. Create an account, set up your survey by adding the ENPS question and response options, and invite participants to vote via a secure link.

Can I customize my ENPS question or add additional questions?

Yes, with Electis, you can customize the wording of the ENPS question and add additional questions if needed. Our platform is flexible and adapts to the specific needs of your survey.

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