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4 reasons to definitely conduct an MTO this year

The increasing competition for talent, the importance of employee well-being, changes in the way we work, and the evolving needs of new generations require a thorough understanding of what motivates and keeps employees satisfied. An Employee Satisfaction Survey (MTO) is a valuable tool that helps companies measure these aspects and identify issues. In this article, we discuss the crucial role of an MTO in attracting, retaining, and motivating talent in a competitive job market.


1. Labor Market Competition

With the increasing competition for talent in many sectors, it is more important than ever for companies to ensure a satisfying work environment. An MTO can help companies understand what motivates and keeps employees satisfied, enabling them to remain competitive in attracting and retaining talent.


2. The Increasing Importance of Employee Well-being

Companies are increasingly recognizing that employee well-being is directly related to productivity and business outcomes. An MTO can be a valuable tool to measure how employees feel about their work and work environment, and to identify potential issues that need to be addressed to improve employee well-being.


3. Changes in the way of working

Developments such as the rise of remote and flexible working, especially accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, have significantly changed the way we work. These changes can bring about new challenges and stress factors for employees. An MTO can help identify these challenges and understand how best to address them to maintain or improve employee satisfaction and productivity.


4. Changing needs of new generations

The expectations and values of the new generations entering the workforce, such as Millennials and Gen Z, differ significantly from those of previous generations. For example, these new generations place more value on things like flexibility, meaningful work, ongoing learning and development opportunities, and a company culture that promotes diversity and inclusion. An MTO can be essential in understanding how well the organization meets these changing needs and making adjustments where necessary to remain attractive to this talent.


Learned: the software, questionnaire and support for a modern Employee Satisfaction Survey

Discover areas for improvement to increase employee engagement. Conduct science-based surveys and get the insights you need to take action. Conducting surveys has never been easier.