AskYourTeam is committed to protecting your identity. We understand that maintaining your confidentiality is crucial for you to provide open and honest feedback. Your demographics information cannot be used to identify you and be linked to the answers you provide. The demographic information is used to analyse the survey results of a group of people to understand the common trend and take appropriate actions.
How do we make sure you are not identifiable?
Confidentiality is built in to the system. Your identity is not linked to your responses in the reporting tool. This setting cannot be over-ridden.
This allows participants an opportunity to give confidential, 100% honest feedback about an organisation.
Mandatory minimum responses threshold
Reports or survey results will not be generated when there are fewer than the minimum threshold completed surveys in a demographic group. Your individual responses on their own cannot be seen by the report viewer.
A demographic group with fewer responses than the minimum response threshold will also be hidden and cannot be filtered down in the reports. This is also applicable for the comments you provide.
This ensures that confidentiality is maintained even with the granularity of analysis which clients find so valuable.
Your perspective counts
We do this to help you feel comfortable because your personal perspective is critical to the success of this survey. If you do not wish to be identified, please note you may be recognised by the style or content of your written responses.
Here is an example of how the results will be visible for a survey with a mandatory minimum threshold of 5.
Joan is a Team Leader and has a team of 10 staff (5 males and 5 females). All the participants has provided their 'Gender' demographic information. This information can then be used to identify the common trend between males and females. Below are the different scenarios that can happen:
- There are completed surveys fewer than the mandatory minimum threshold of 5:
Say, out of the 10 staffs (5 males and 5 females) in Joan's team, only 2 completed the survey. In this case, the mandatory minimum threshold of 5 is not met. So reports will not generated.
- There are completed surveys more than the mandatory minimum threshold of 5:
Say, out of the 10 staffs (5 males and 5 females) in Joan's team, all 10 completed the survey. In this case, mandatory minimum threshold of 5 is met for both male and female groups. So reports will be generated and can be filtered by the 'Gender' demographic for analysis.
- There are fewer completed surveys for one or more demographic group than the mandatory minimum threshold of 5:
Say, out of the 10 staffs (5 males and 5 females) in Joan's team, 3 males and 2 females completed the survey. In this case, the mandatory minimum threshold of 5 is met overall but it is not met for the individual groups. So the overall reports will be generated but it cannot be filtered by 'Male' or 'Female' for analysis.