Example Staff Induction Feedback Questionnaire


A Staff Induction Feedback questionnaire offers an opportunity to increase employee satisfaction and retention and improve staffing processes.

Staff Induction Feedback questionnaires can help gather information from each new employee regarding their satisfaction with the hiring and orientation process.

Below is an example of a Staff Induction Feedback Questionnaire.

Staff Induction – Introduction example:

We appreciate you taking the time to complete this Staff Induction Feedback Questionnaire to help us understand what we’re doing well, and what we need to improve. The survey covers your satisfaction regarding the interview process, your introduction to the company including training and your overall perception of your induction.

The survey has 28 questions and will take you 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Your answers will be kept completely confidential.

Staff Induction Survey question examples (split into 4 sections):

Section 1 – Pre-Employment

1. How were you recruited to [Organisation]?

2. How satisfied were you with the number of on-site interviews with [Organisation]?

3. If dissatisfied, please tell us why you were dissatisfied?

4. How satisfied were you with the organisation and scheduling of your interviews?

5. How satisfied were you with the explanation of [Organisation]’s benefit program?

6. How satisfied were you with the length of time it took from the time you applied to the time you were hired?

7. During the interview process, did you receive a folder with company information?

8. Overall, how satisfied were you with [Organisation]’s interview process?

Section 2 – New employee Induction

9. How satisfied were you with your first day of induction?

10. How satisfied were you with the welcome you received from your department?

11. How satisfied were you with the knowledge and skill of your assigned mentor or co-worker?

12. How satisfied were you with your manager’s ability to lead and provide direction to you?

13. How satisfied were you with the necessary tools (i.e. computer, phone, etc.) provided to complete your job?

14. How satisfied were you with the time it took to receive your benefits package?

15. How satisfied were you with the benefits automated enrolment process?

Section 3 – Training

16. When you were hired, what percentage of your skills matched those required to perform your job?

17. How satisfied were you with the computer-based new staff induction training?

18. How satisfied were you with the flexibility and ease of completing the computer-based new staff induction training?

19. How satisfied were you with the job-specific training opportunities provided by the Learning and Development Organisation?

20. How satisfied were you with the assistance provided by your manager to complete your training?

21. How satisfied were you with the availability of your mentor or co-worker to assist you in completing your training?

22. How satisfied were you with the length of time given to complete training during work hours?

Section 4 – Job Specific

23. How satisfied are you that the job you are doing is what you expected to be doing?

24. How satisfied are you with the review of [Organisation]’s goals and objectives explained by your manager?

25. Considering everything, how would you rate your overall satisfaction with [Organisation] at this time?

26. Would you recommend [Organisation] as a good place to work?

27. What recommendations do you have to improve the new employee induction process?

28. Do you know anyone who may be interested in working for [Organisation]?

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