Great Place to Work® Trust Index© Engagement Survey
Do you feel like you have a say in decisions that impact your work environment? Do you know a lot about what’s going on in your department or the network?
Here’s your chance to share your thoughts on these questions and know that “We’re Listening” by participating in the 2019 Trust Index Pulse Survey that will be held from Tuesday, May 14 through Tuesday, May 28. You’ll be able to access the survey from anywhere by using your My Way – PeopleSoft Employee ID number and visiting http://hackensackmeridianhealth.org/TeamSurvey. So whether you use your desktop or mobile device, the pulse survey is designed to be brief and convenient for you to complete.
As our network continues to grow and transform, we want to hear from you in an active, on-going way in our journey to become ONE Hackensack Meridian Health. Change has been a constant over the last few years, and it is very important that we know how you feel in different ways and at different times in this journey.
The pulse survey is different from the full survey that was conducted in December 2018, with less questions to help gauge the progress we’ve made since the last survey. This brief “check in” helps set the stage for the next full survey to be conducted in August, followed by another pulse survey in December.
By again partnering with Great Place to Work® as a third party to conduct the survey and analyze the results, it ensures complete confidentiality and keeps team member information private. Your leader will share the results with you after the close of the survey.
HMH is fully committed to hearing your thoughts and acting on your feedback so we can make the team member experience the best it can be. So remember “we’re listening” and watch for the pulse survey to go live as of Tuesday, May 14th!
2018 Trust Index© Engagement Survey FAQs
The May 2019 Trust Index Pulse Survey will be available from Tuesday, May 14 through Tuesday, May 28.
Visit http://hackensackmeridianhealth.org/TeamSurvey and use your MyWay –PeopleSoft Employee ID number to access the survey. You’ll be able to access the survey from anywhere – like your desktop or mobile device – at a time that’s convenient for you.
Please visit MyWay – PeopleSoft and click on the Team Member Service Center tile to see your Employee ID number at the top of the page.
With all the change that occurs in our journey to become ONE HMH, it’s important that we understand how you feel in different ways and at different times during this journey. We are committed to hearing from you in an active, on-going way. So you can look forward to the full survey taking place in August and another pulse survey being scheduled for December.
The pulse survey is a brief “check in” with our team members to see what kind of progress we’ve made since the last full survey was done a few months ago. There are less questions which means it won’t take as much time to complete it.
Your responses will go directly to Great Place to Work®, our partner in conducting the survey, for analysis. Then the cumulative data and/or analysis goes directly to network leadership, who will then share survey highlights and department-specific results with you.
We are committed to protecting the confidentiality of each individual respondent. No individual responses will be given to HMH; data is only reported for demographic groups with a minimum of 5 responses.
1. No one at your company ever sees your survey. All surveys go directly to the Great Place to Work® for analysis. No one at your company ever sees individual surveys or responses.
2. The raw data from your surveys stays at the Great Place to Work®. They collect and store all of the data received in a secure server. You are not asked to include any personal identification information with the survey (like your name or social security number), nor do we ask for this information from the company. To protect your confidentiality, Great Place to Work® reports only on demographic groups that meet a minimum suppression level of 5. If there are fewer than the required number of respondents for a demographic category, we will not report that demographic option.
For example if the suppression level is set at five and there are four responses for the demographic option indicating that a person has worked for the company for >20 years, we will not report that data as a separate category but will include it in the total for the organization as a whole.
3. Written comments are shared with your company using broad demographic options associated with them, such as business unit or job classification. If only a small number of comments are provided for any demographic option, we will merge those comments in with others from small groups and create a comments section composed of a variety of groups.
You may contact your site HR team at any time with questions. For additional technical questions, please contact the IT Service Desk at 732-897-7333.