Organizational Culture Surveys

Main Measurement Question

Overall, how satisfied are you with (THIS COMPANY) as an employer?? (Seven-point scale from poor to excellent.)

Other Sample Questions

Disagree Strongly
Disagree Somewhat
Agree Somewhat
Agree Strongly
Employees are expected to meet all deadlines on time
People here are held accountable for their actions
This company makes decisions quickly enough
If I need additional training, it is easy to get it
There is a spirit of teamwork at (THIS COMPANY)
Management pays careful attention to employee suggestions
Work-life balance is supported
I am encouraged to invent new ways to do things
{THIS COMPANY} is a fun place to work
I can trust what management tells me
The people at {COMPANY NAME} always behave in an ethical manner


Your corporate culture can contribute to or detract from the success of your organization. Senior management usually has a vision of the type of culture needed to compete successfully in the competitive landscape. This vision will differ from organization to organization, and different visions can be successful in different organizations. However, there are certain cultural elements that will be detrimental to the success of any organization if they exist -- disrespectful treatment of employees, lack of teamwork, and poor planning, to name a few.

A corporate culture survey is a way to take the pulse of an organization's culture. It is especially necessary to measure this when there is a suspicion that the culture is out of sync with management's desired culture, when management has determined that the culture must be changed to ensure the success of the enterprise, when there has been a leadership change at the top level of the organization (or when such a change is being contemplated).

Is your culture healthy and does it mirror management's vision of how the organization should function? We can find out for you. is owned and operated by The Business Research Lab.
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