Conditions of Quality

Conditions of Quality

Mark each statement true or false. Get your score by adding up all your true responses. Then ask your employees to take the assessment, compile their scores anonymously and see if their perceptions are the same as yours. (This will only provide you with an accurate assessment if employees believe that their scores will not be tied back to them in any way.)

The employees in this company mostly get along well with each other and display a high amount of teamwork.
TrueFalse
The employees are basically free of fear in the workplace and generally feel safe at work.
TrueFalse
The employees here believe they are valuable, listened to and respected.
TrueFalse
In this company, there are positive, healthy relationships between management and employees.
TrueFalse
Employees are encouraged to make certain independent decisions that are within the scope of their job.
TrueFalse
Employees here mostly report getting the right amount of supervision and do not feel either abandoned or micromanaged.
TrueFalse
Employees appear to have fun on the job.
TrueFalse
Employees are provided with useful learning that helps them preform their jobs better or prepares them for a promotion.
TrueFalse
When management has a new task or requirement of employees, it is always explained so staff understand the usefulness of the new requirements.
TrueFalse
There is an open door policy so employees feel comfortable coming to management with their suggestions and/or concerns.
TrueFalse
Employees are encouraged to evaluate their own work for quality and to make improvements as necessary.
TrueFalse
It is clear to your employees how the company defines quality in each of their job requirements.
TrueFalse

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