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How do experience surveys work?

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An experience survey is a combination of questions and dimensions that allow us to record the collaborator's experience and commitment within the community.

The methology used consists of obtaining a favourability index by question and dimension. To obtain this index, questions in the form of affirmations will be compiled and will have to be answered using the Likert scale (level of agreement).

In these surveys, the questions have to be categorized within dimensions. These dimensions are themes that aim to record the collaborator's experience regarding a certain aspect of the work environment. Some examples of these dimensions are: wellness, leadership, autonomy, clarity, etc.

The experience surveys calculate the question's and themes's scores in accordance with a positive answer score. Each score must be considered as a separate lens to understand the information coming from the results.

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