Research Services - Workplace Institute

By: Workplace Institute  09-12-2011
Keywords: quantitative research, Help Employers, Proprietary Tool,

The Critical Info You Need to Know

“Knowledge is Power.” – Francis Bacon, 1597

Qualitative Research

HR issues are complex, and organizations need info from many sources to fully understand them.

Our skilled qualitative research analysts gather a broad range of opinions and insights specific to your question.

We believe in the value of direct input from stakeholders in establishing the best possible perspective for making decisions.

Our qualitative methods include literature reviews, interviews, surveys and focus groups. To see samples of some recent qualitative research studies, continue here

Quantitative Research Services

Quantitative research provides results that are statistically valid and reliable.

Quantitative surveys, studies and analyses supply objective information that help executives make rational decisions based on the numbers.

Workplace Institute’s analysts specialize in HR survey design covering everything from employee engagement to training evaluations.

Retirement Intentions Survey©

The Retirement Intentions Survey© is a proprietary tool to help employers with long-range forecasting for hiring, training and developing stronger bench strength.

With the abolition of mandatory retirement ages across Canada, organizations can no longer assume when their baby boomers are going to retire. That’s where the Retirement Intentions Survey comes in.

By analyzing the responses of a quick online employee survey, executives will learn how many of their experienced workers are planning to retire, how many plan to stay, and design their workplace strategy accordingly.

Keywords: Help Employers, Proprietary Tool, quantitative research,

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Keynote Speaking - Workplace Institute

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