Have Your Say
What is 'Have Your Say'?
‘Have Your Say’ is what we in the Isle of Man Public Service call our employee engagements surveys. Historically ‘Have Your Say’ has been one biennial survey. You can see the results from these surveys at the Isle of Man Government's website.
From 2021 ‘Have Your Say’ is taking on a new, refreshed ‘Pulse Survey’ format. This new approach will mean that the surveys are shorter and easier to complete. Over the duration of the year a series of pulse surveys will be launched across the organisation, focussing on a variety of work related topics that impact on the engagement of our people.
Our new ‘Have Your Say’ domain will enable results to be more readily available to be viewed. Importantly, it will mean that support in addressing any areas identified will be more immediate.
Why we survey
Engagement is a critical factor in the successful delivery of high quality services to the Isle of Man and its people. Importantly, engaging with our workforce, placing job satisfaction at the forefront of this and ultimately creating a workplace that fosters a happier working life, sits at the heart of our ‘Have Your Say’ pulse surveys.
Pulse surveys provide a steady stream of regular and current feedback, offering valuable real-time insights throughout the year. We ‘pulse’ to remain connected with our workforce and to drive forward our pursuit for continuous improvement.
This month's pulse point
Our next Have Your Say survey looks at 'Shared Purpose'.
Having a shared purpose in an organisation brings people together towards collective goals.
But it's not just about knowing the aims of our organisation, it's about understanding and appreciating how our roles support these objectives. Knowing how we fit in and contribute to the bigger picture gives us a sense of belonging, motivates us and helps us to find meaning in our work.
Through this pulse survey we would love to hear your views on how this is currently being done within our organisation.
'When you're surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment around a common purpose, anything is possible.'
Howard Schultz, CEO Starbucks.