PEAK incentive for the employee survey doubled this year

If 80% of employees complete the expanded Employee Engagement Survey, which opened on July 12, eligible employees could see a $200 PEAK incentive on this measure.

Asante employees should have received an invitation to complete the annual Employee Engagement Survey. Press Ganey emailed unique survey links on July 12, so check your Asante email account.

Participation is so important that Asante leaders doubled the PEAK incentive to $200 per eligible employee if 80% of the workforce completes the survey. (The rules for a payout are the same as in previous years: Asante must have a positive operating margin for any PEAK payout to be given.)

This year is a full survey, which means it drills down to the department and supervisor level. With 68 questions, it includes content from the Culture of Safety and Compliance surveys. By combining the three systemwide surveys, Asante leaders hope to gain some efficiencies, reduce “survey fatigue” and get greater detail on safety and compliance matters.

The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and includes two open-ended questions that allow employees to share their opinions in more detail.

Employees will be asked how they feel about Asante, their department, their supervisor, their teams, communication and more.

Responses will be tallied by Press Ganey so your answers are confidential. Because comments are transcribed word-for-word, however, avoid details that might identify you.

The survey is open to all employees who were hired on or before May 12, except APP providers, who take a different survey. Volunteers, students and contractors also are excluded. You will have a chance to review your department results when the reports are finalized later this year.

Employees who do not respond to the first email will receive reminders. The survey closes at 11:59 p.m., Aug. 2.

Tags: Employee Engagement Survey, incentive, PEAK, Press Ganey
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