The Jewish nonprofit sector is nothing without its people, and it’s never been more important to support them. The Leading Edge Employee Experience Survey provides employees with an opportunity to share crucial feedback about their experience at work.
[UPDATE:] Registration is now closed for the 2021 Employee Experience Survey. (The Pulse Survey, however, is perpetually open.)
The survey offers Jewish nonprofit leaders and managers invaluable data to support their organizations in becoming even better places to work. There is no cost to participate, all responses are kept 100% confidential, and Leading Edge will provide materials, resources, and direct consultation to help organizations interpret their results and put them into action.
In order to participate, organizations must have at least 6 employees (either full-time or part-time, excluding the CEO), be located in North America, and be a recognized nonprofit according to the tax laws of their resident country.
If the timing is not right for your organization to participate in a full Employee Experience Survey, Leading Edge can help you run a Pulse Survey instead to get a quick "pulse" of your workplace culture. Click here for a summary of the differences between the Employee Experience Survey and a Pulse Survey.
Over the past four years, 234 organizations have participated in the Leading Edge Employee Experience Survey. Participating organizations range in size from 6 to over 1,000 employees and have included a robust sample of the Jewish nonprofit sector, including JCCs, youth organizations, federations, social justice organizations, foundations, camps, synagogues, and many others. Here is the report that emerged from the analysis of the 2019 survey data.
If you have any questions about the survey or Leading Edge, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.