Overall, how would you rate the company culture?
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Please observe the 3 following rules:
Does leadership set realistic expectations, communicate clear goals, and involve employees in the decision making process?
Do colleagues work well together and interact in an honest and direct manner?
Are you trusted to work independently?
Do you receive necessary information to do your job? Are you informed about company results, successes, and challenges through regular communication?
Is the work environment comfortable and suited to the work you are doing? Is there proper ventilation, lighting, temperature control, and technology available?
Does the company demonstrate concern or awareness for the environment? Is there a recycling program in place?
Does the company value work-life balance? Are families taken into consideration? Do you feel peer pressure to work more hours?
Is your work challenging? Are you proud of the work you produce?
Does the company value diversity in the workplace? Are diverse ideas and opinions supported?
Are women treated equally in your company? Do they have the same career opportunities?
Does the company hire older workers? Are senior colleagues appreciated and supported by the company?
In this category, employees can assess the career prospects at the company, whether or not criteria for professional advancement are established, if employees are being supported through further training and whether or not the company offers good opportunities for personal development.
Overall, does your compensation match your work responsibilities? Are you fairly compensated with salary and benefits?
Are you proud to work for the company?
Do you feel your job is stable? Is there risk for positions to be eliminated due to financial or organizational restructuring?
Are company facilities handicap accessible (ramps, elevators)? Does the company provide the tools and resources necessary for people with disabilities?
Is the working environment safe and OSHA compliant (if applicable)? Does the company provide training to prevent accidents in the workplace?
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