For the 12th question regarding whether the company encourage diversity in workforce, most of the answers are from either positive feedbacks A (Extremely Agree), or B (Somewhat Agree). There is only one who responded negatively with a C (Disagree), considering that he has only one year of working experience. Most of those who have worked for more than five years agreed that they company really encourages diversity in the workforce.
This could mean that as they gain working experience from the company, they would realize that the company really does encourage diversity in the workforce. There are also some newly hired employees who also responded positively, showing that upon hiring, the company really does encourage diversity in the workforce.The respondents’ answers to the 13th question varied in both positive and negative aspects of the responses. It is about the employees’ satisfaction with organizational changes that has occurred over the last 5-10 years.
Since this question is applicable to those who have worked more than five years already, the choices included a neutral response. Some newly hired and one-year-old employees responded with neutrality, while there are still those who have responded either positively or negatively. Even though the question elicited varying responses, most of these responses are still on the positive side. This means that even though there are employees who haven’t experienced or are not satisfied with the organizational changes over the past years, there are still more employees who approve of these changes and are satisfied with the results.The 14th question regarding the equal treatment of the employees based on their qualifications, it has raised various answers, coming from all three choices, A (agree), B (Neutral), and C (Disagree).
Most of the answers were from the positive side, even though there is a fair amount of those who disagree. Some of the positive responses came from newly hired employees, while most of the negative responses came from those who have worked longer than five years. It could be interpreted that as these people gain working experience, they have also been acquainted with the unequal treatment of employees depending on their qualifications.There was a variety in the responses for the 15th question whether the evaluation process boosts or hinders the employee moral.
Most of the responses say that employee evaluation could both hinder and boost employee moral, depending on the approach. It could boost the moral if the employee gets commended for a job well done. Some could hinder, especially if the employee seem to be unsatisfied with the evaluation, that he rates his performance higher that what is perceived by those who would evaluate him. There are also some responses saying that evaluation depends with the relationship with the supervisors and evaluators. With good relations, it could mean positive evaluation. Negative evaluation would be the consequence for those who have a poor relationship with the managers and supervisors.