Employee Survey Tool

iVoice® takes a proactive approach to improving organisations by empowering employees to talk about how they feel in the workplace. Developed from the ground up by Phi Management, iVoice® tailors several web-based employee surveys according to customers' needs and requirements. It provides organisations with insights directly from their employees.


iVoice® enables organisations to explore employees' personal work experiences and efforts: engagement, satisfaction, commitment, culture and more, to discover how they are thriving internally. Findings are used to highlight the development of relationships in the workplace and to shape organisational culture.


How does iVoice® work?

  • Phi's consultants study organisation's needs, strategy, vision, as well as the purpose of the survey;
  • Phi's consultants tailor a questionnaire according to the organisation's purpose, relying on scientific researches and practices;
  • A pilot test is passed to a small group of employees to check the questionnaire's validity and reliability;
  • After modifications, if needed, the web-based questionnaire is officially launched within the agreed time frame;
  • The data collected from the survey is analysed ;
  • A final report is presented to the customer.


When is iVoice® used?

iVoice® is used for development purposes. It helps organisations recognise opportunities of growth by shedding light on how employees interpret their efforts and experiences in the workplace. It enables organisations to build on strengths and reduce weaknesses by creating strategic action plans for future changes.



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Why iVoice®?

iVoice® surveys:

  • are continuously upgraded and based on new strategies and structures;
  • are made out of robust tools that are scientifically proven as valid and reliable;
  • are designed to add validity to selection and development systems;
  • provide a platform that allows organisations to continuously check the progress of the survey data gathering and some descriptive statistics;
  • give organisations a competitive advantage by strengthening their ability to solve challenging problems such as increasing workplace performance during economic decline;
  • help to create a positive and accountability-driven workplace;
  • provide real time feedback on organizational efficiency from the employees' perspective;
  • are web-based, offering a number of distinct advantages over more traditional techniques. For instance, they can access individuals who would be difficult to reach through other channels, mitigating time, cost, and error;
  • can be written in or translated to different languages;
  • are configured to match organisational culture.