The National Employee Survey (The NES)
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CITY OF ABC Adopts New Public Engagement PlatformLocal government diversifies engagement through technology DIVERSIFYING ENGAGEMENT THROUGH TECHNOLOGY: DEVELOPING ARPA STRATEGY City of ABC, [ST], [Date] – XYZ Company is excited to announce the launch of Polco (www.polco.us), an innovative online engagement platform that lets community members provide direct input to the company-wide decision-making process. Officials will post questions directly to residents on Polco’s app and website, where participants answer and comment on the issues. Polco makes public participation easier for residents to get involved, so more voices are heard. XYZ Company wants their employees’ insight on The National Employee Survey, also called The NLES. Specifically, the Company wants to know where residents think ARPA funds will make the most impact. [add specifics here as needed]. [Quote from City official about how Polco is a good tool to use for the project.] Ex: “This survey will help XYZ Company’s owne
Dear Employee, We think your input is critical to a healthy, happy workplace and are excited to introduce a new and easy way for you to provide your opinions on specific topics to ABC Company. Your feedback will help us be sure that our company’s policies and programs align with the values of our employees. We just posted The National Employee Survey on Polco to gain information and advice on how the city is best assisting employees, and where there is room for improvement. You can participate here: polco.us/[shorturl]. It will take only a few minutes. Polco will help us efficiently manage responses from you and your neighbors across the Company as we reach out via email, social media and other channels. Once you have answered the question, you will be asked to provide your ZIP code to confirm where you live. This allows us to be sure we are hearing from each person only once and to know which general area of the city they live in. Your response will remain anonymous to the City, and
NES Blog Template: Share a Survey on Your City or Organization's WebsiteYour organization’s website is the home base for information, an outreach channel, and a resource for residents as well as staff and officials. The purpose of this Polco Connect article is to provide a template for an announcement explaining why your city chose Polco, what you want to achieve with it, and why the survey is important to your community/jurisdiction. It will answer questions such as: Why is it valuable? How will feedback be used? How is data protected? How do you access Polco? Along with the announcement template, within Polco you can create a(n) FAQ — otherwise known as Frequently Asked Questions — page. It’s here on this page you can: Add informational areas to spell out smaller details Create a home for repeated questions asked by residents Allow for the page to become a point of reference for any questions residents may have With this FAQ Page, you’re able to