Using A Web Form

Using a web form to field suggestions lacks organization compared to DirectSuggest and the suggestions are only sent to email or a database.

Using a web form does not enable collaboration among the whole organization in any way. When suggestions are shared only with the decision-makers responsible for overseeing the suggestion, other employees cannot share what they think is most important or collaborate on the suggestion.

Using a web form to field suggestions is in no way data driven and does not allow for data analysis pertaining to employee suggestions.

Additional Features Like Anonymity
Using a web form to field suggestions lacks additional features that enhance the process of making an employee suggestion and only allows for suggestions to be sent via the form.

DirectSuggest Shifts Culture, Enhancing Employee Engagement & Innovation
Using a web form to field suggestions likely negatively impacts the organization. Suggestions are made but hard to stay on top of, along with easily getting lost. Suggestions are also rarely effectively shared with those in positions to implement them. Both result in employees feeling as if they aren’t listened to or trusted, which decreases employee engagement, retention, and satisfaction.