The customer service analysts and benchmarking firm 59club announced today they will also provide COVID-19 specific employee survey tools to golf and other hospitality venues free of charge amid the current crisis. The survey tools capture employee challenges, concerns and potential opportunities all in one easy-to-use snapshot.
This addition comes shortly after 59club had made equivalent survey tools available to target the golf & hospitality industries customers, members and guests. These complimentary offerings will remain available throughout the current crisis.
“Many clubs are asking themselves if surveying their employees is appropriate during this time,” said Will Hewitt, General Manager, 59club UK. “The long-term implications of mismanaging employee needs are insurmountable, and there is data available that shows employee feedback and direct communication is not only appropriate, it’s necessary during this crisis. Top-performing companies consistently search for ways to make themselves and their employees better.”
59club’s proprietary survey tools enable managers to identify both employee and customer needs, strengthen retention levels and recognise a clear direction on ways to improve their overall experience. The smart dashboard analyses data in a clear and concise manner and provides demographic filters to further segment information, creating a comprehensive, manageable and immediate snapshot of their opinion and attitude.
Managers and decision makers can use these COVID-19 question templates to build their personal survey, with the freedom to include additional custom questions within a template, they also have the ability to create a survey entirely of their own making, to better fit their needs and goals using the software.
“Effective feedback, both positive and negative, is critical knowledge at any given time, it may be more important now than ever during these ever-changing times, said Hewitt.
“Top performing clubs remain the best performers because they consistently search for ways to make their best even better. Managers who deliberately ask for feedback will gain valuable insight that can address any weaknesses or oversights within their business. With so much uncertainty, staff and customers need to be nurtured now more than ever, that process starts with asking the right questions, at the right time”.