It’s Official - ATG has been voted a Great Place to Work by our Workforce and thus been confirmed as an excellent employer.
What is the Great Place to Work® survey?
The Great Place to Work survey is an assessment conducted by the organization Great Place to Work® Institute. It is a global research and consulting firm that helps organizations identify, create, and sustain great workplace cultures.
The Great Place to Work survey typically consists of a series of questions that employees are asked to answer anonymously. The questions cover various aspects of the workplace environment, such as leadership, trust, fairness, camaraderie, rewards and recognition, career development, and work-life balance. The survey aims to gather honest feedback from employees and assess their perception of the organization's culture and policies.
After collecting the survey data, Great Place to Work analyses the results and provides organizations with a detailed report that highlights their strengths and areas for improvement. They also benchmark the results against other companies in the same industry or region to provide comparative data.
Companies that perform well in the Great Place to Work survey and meet certain criteria may be recognized and certified as a "Great Place to Work."
So, its independently assessed and certified that ATG is a great place to work as voted by our work.
How many people need to be surveyed in the great place to work survey for the data to be classified as significant.
The determination of the number of people needed to be surveyed in order for the data to be considered significant depends on several factors, including the population size, desired level of confidence, and margin of error.
To calculate the required sample size, statisticians use formulas such as the one for estimating a population proportion. One common formula is: "n = (Z^2 * p * q) / E^2".
- n represents the required sample size
- Z is the Z-score associated with the desired level of confidence (e.g., 1.96 for a 95% confidence level)
- p is the estimated proportion of the population with the characteristic of interest
- q is the complementary probability of p (q = 1 - p)
- E is the desired margin of error (expressed as a decimal)
In the case of the Great Place to Work survey, the specific values for p and q would depend on the aspect being measured in the survey. Additionally, the desired level of confidence and margin of error would need to be determined based on the survey objectives.
By plugging in appropriate values for these variables into the formula, you can calculate the required sample size. It's important to note that increasing the sample size generally leads to a more representative and reliable estimate of the population parameter.
If you provide the specific values for p, q, the desired level of confidence, and the margin of error, I can help you calculate the required sample size.