XpertHR benchmarking surveys are undertaken on either a confidential or named
practice basis. In both cases, individual contributors remain anonymous. The
status of a particular survey is usually displayed on the first page of an
XpertHR benchmarking surveys are open to all HR practitioners, whether they are XpertHR subscribers or not.
The report of our findings will appear online but will not name you or your
organisation against any of your responses (ie, answers to survey questions). We would like to publish a list of participating organisations but we will give your organisation the option to opt out of this list. The personal contact data you supply will not be added to any marketing databases or passed to external organisations.
Named practice surveys
A named practice survey allows you and others to
benchmark against practice in similar organisations. The report of our findings
will include information provided by you set against the name of the
organisation. However, it will not name any individual. Our findings will be
published online, but the contact data you supply will not be added to any
marketing databases or passed on to external organisations.
Surveys with pre-completed questions
Occasionally, we will invite research participants to review and update
responses to surveys. Only the research participant will be able to access their
data. Previous responses and and contact details are protected by unique user
IDs and passwords where this occurs. The user ID and password may be contained
within a unique survey URL to allow speedy survey login and completion.
If you have any further question about survey
confidentiality, or XpertHR surveys in general, please contact a member of the