Can I compare my survey results against others in my industry?

Yes, with benchmarking. Benchmarking is critical to survey research and is the only objective means to judge whether a survey score is high or low, good or bad. The diagram below illustrates this fact. Although the mean score of the responses to the two questions, ‘I am satisfied with my compensation’ and ‘My supervisor is…

Does benchmarking matter if I only want to see my own survey results?

Yes, because without benchmarking you have only the survey scale against which to compare your results and then try to determine if they are good or bad, high or low.  While mean scores and percent favorable may be interesting, they don’t tell you what the data means in reality. ClearPath Benchmarking enables you and your…

How does NBRI ClearPath Benchmarking work?

ClearPath Benchmarking provides you with: Objective data. Without benchmarking, scaled survey data is subject to interpretation. Comparative data. Since benchmarking data is standardized and objective, comparing across groups, divisions, units, and categories is instantly simplified. Enduring data. Industry standards will change over time, and benchmarking data has the flexibility to adapt to changes. NBRI houses…

What is ClearPath Benchmarking?

ClearPath Benchmarking is the comparison of your survey data to survey data from other companies that have used identical survey questions.  Benchmarking represents the way people ‘normally’ answer a survey question.  Benchmarking data is expressed in percentiles, from the 1st to the 100th.  The 50th percentile represents the true average, the 75th percentile represents ‘Stretch’ performance, and the…