Confidentiality and anonymity in Pulse Surveys

Pulse Surveys in Small Improvements are confidential

Survey responses are aggregated in our reports for organizations, with a minimum group size of three people. Your responses will not be directly attributable to you, and will instead be aggregated alongside others who share demographic information or similar job roles, locations, and departments as yourself. If the group is too small (1 or 2 people), no results will be shown. 

Read our guide: analyzing survey results

Pulse Surveys are not strictly anonymous, as, in order to send you an invitation to complete the Pulse Survey, Small Improvements has to be able to identify you. We also associate your results with demographic and job role-related data. However, your employer will not be able to see your individual results – they are confidential. 

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