Once all arrangements have been completed, it is time to notify employees of the survey.
Hopefully, they have been made aware of the company's plans to either initiate a survey or continue its practice of regularly scheduled surveys. However it is accomplished (e-mail, voice mail, memo, bulletin board notice, or newsletter), the important points to communicate are:
The purpose of the survey
The survey format
The date and location of the survey
The importance of full participation
A reference to previous surveys, if appropriate
How and when feedback will occur
Provisions for making up the survey if missed or the survey lost
A procedure to obtain answers to any questions
Typically a communication is made to all employees ...