Are the managers are going to reach out to HR for survey responses and identify the employees for next round of layoffs?
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survey is not anonymous at all. my wife is a senior manager and was getting those forwarded to her to take action on those who scored low marks.
It should not be seen as anonymous whatsoever. Everyone from your boss up to LJE is watching. They are hoping the honest ones identify themselves, and that will make for an easy culling.
Just to repeat what others have already said:
The survey is not anonymous.
And they keep sending reminders to complete it.
They know exactly how many have responded by region and by LOB.
They won't stop pestering us until we complete the survey.
One of the reminder eMails says, and I quote, "This survey is voluntary." Okay, so stop harassing us to complete it. Go away.
The eMail says, "HR may use selected data elements for analytics purposes."
Ya. Like your name and employee number and all your answers.
Ha ha. Selected data elements for analysis. Right. Uh huh. You mean, HR, as in the people who fire us, are going to use selected data elements. Right. Got it. Why not just say, you have the right to remain silent, anything & everything you say in the survey will absolutely be used against you.
The eMail says, "A super-admin-HR-representative will have access to survey responses." Right. a super admin HR person. Right.
Aren't all HR people super people? Don't worry folks, only super people will have access to your responses. That should make you feel better, right?
My advice. Remember: Your manager is not your friend. HR is not your friend.
Stay safe everyone.
I find this interesting.
We are being bombarded with request (demands) to complete the survey. They even know the percentage completed by LOB. Further we are told that this request will be repeated daily until we all fill in our survey. (The beatings will continue until morale improves)
They know exactly who has answered and who said what!
It's a joke that they even send these surveys - they don't care, nor do they listen about concerns or criticism. At this point, they're trying to drive people out before they end up axing them anyways. There should be power in numbers, with everyone saying how awful things are, but they don't care. As long as the all-mighty dollar ends up in their pocket.
It’s not anonymous, as reports are provided to managers of specific teams etc.
I responded negatively to this survey last year and there were no consequences that I’m aware of. Probably easy to spot me in the responses though! I would recommend that you keep you criticisms factual and constructive. I think if you sound bitter and complain about EVERYTHING they’ll just brush you off as a habitual moaner, so I try to answer honestly and do acknowledge the good things that Oracle does too. Although admittedly that gets harder every year.
In my experience as mgmt, it's anonymous, but not too hard to figure out who said what or rated topics really different than others.
If you get a survey link that says Do Not Forward, it’s a good sign that they know who you are. HTML email can have tracking pixels, and god knows what else.
Everyone should say they are happy, morale is high, and that there are no problems. That will realllllyyyy show them.
I am counting on it not being anonymous
You could say that everything is fantastic. That is the only way that I would answer a survey. Unless I was retiring.
No, it’s not anonymous
As long as you accessed it using an anonymous vpn you should be good to go.