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When you're reading the news, it can feel reassuring when the journalist backs up their claim with survey results. But not all surveys are equally trustworthy. Thankfully there are a few telltale signs of untrustworthy polls - as well as polls you can kind of trust. Yeah, it's a spectrum.


Most organisations have an annual or quarterly performance review structure in place where employees are assessed on how well they are doing at work, how they feel about their current role and their career goals. PeopleSpark believes these reviews are ineffective and has brought out a survey software that managers can use to gauge workers' attitude and performance on a more frequent basis.


Dick Smith has produced an office productivity study suggesting that we’re wasting two weeks each year sorting put paper jams and other technical glitches. That seems a little extreme to us -- two weeks equates to about 80 hours or close to 90 minutes per week. However, we’re also sure that dodgy equipment is causing some lost time in the office.


There are plenty of sites which offer online survey functionality, but not all of them produce particularly attractive-looking results. Australian-developed Floq doesn't fall into that trap, produced attractive surveys that are easy to share and collate.


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Corporate executives estimate that employees are most productive on Tuesdays, a new survey shows. On Monday office workers have too many meetings and email to catch up on, but people knock down the most items from their to-do lists on Tuesday. Hump day and Thursday are pretty productive, but come Friday weekend plans and early dashes for the door make for less stuff getting done. Has today been your most productive day of the week? Let us know in the comments. Second Day of the Week Remains Most Productive, Survey Shows