eNPS® Survey

Are your employees likely to recommend your organisation as a good place to work?

The eNPS® Survey helps you find out with ease!

The employee selects a number from 0-10 that represents how likely they are to recommend you.

And with one click, you can generate a report that give you an overall score based on all of your responses.

The overall eNPS score at a glance:

  • Short two-question survey
  • Optional custom question
  • Generate instant eNPS score based on results
  • Comments from Promoters, Passives & Detractors
  • GDPR compliance
  • Easy set-up

Use the eNPS to get employee satisfaction feedback and obtain an overall eNPS score.

This easy one-click generated score is calculated based on the results of the survey.

Helping you to understand whether employees would recommend working for your organisation!

The eNPS Survey can be run via any channel or device – and the visual rating question can be understood in any language.

eNPS Survey

Insightful reports with just a few clicks

Use your data to improve employee satisfaction – without the hassle!

The Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) Survey offers visual reports.

  • Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) Survey Report containing the eNPS score and all comments for all the survey responses received
  • A chart of the Previous 12 months percentages for Promoters, Passives and Detractors with filtering by month
  • Comments report x 3
    • Promoter Comments containing comments from promoters (respondents scoring 9 or 10)
    • Passive Comments containing comments from passives (respondents scoring 7 or 8)
    • Detractor Comments containing comments from detractors (respondents scoring 6 or below)

eNPS Report Example

What is eNPS?

The eNPS allows employers to assess how likely employees are to recommend the organisation to friends and family as a great place to work.

The benefit of knowing whether employees would recommend you is that it indicates a high level of employee satisfaction, which increases the likelihood of a high retention rate.

In the long run, high employee retention rates save an organisation money on recruitment and ensure productivity isn’t disrupted due to staff shortages or onboarding processes.


Net Promoter®, Net Promoter Score® and NPS® are registered trade marks of Bain & Company, Inc., NICE Systems, Inc., and Fred Reicheld.

eNPS® mirrors the Net Promoter Score® system. It adapts the NPS® framework, used to assess customer loyalty, to evaluate employee experience.

Pricing plans

Welcome offer: your first 1,000 responses (if used within 12 months) will be free. Additional responses from 6 cents each.

Created by Snap Surveys
Price Free and paid
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