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Our Umbrella employees have spoken
Remy Van De Perre | Customer Care Manager
Wednesday 25th Sep, 2019
Even though we are in regular contact with our umbrella employees, we don’t always get the opportunity to obtain feedback on our service as a whole. So, each year we carry out a satisfaction survey to identify areas where we are succeeding, along with areas where we could improve.
One thing we don’t allow at PayStream is complacency, so we are always striving to improve but in order to do that we need feedback from those using our umbrella service. This is why the feedback we receive is so important. We use the positive feedback to ensure that our standards don’t slip, and the negative feedback to identify areas of improvement.
This year we had a record number of contractors complete the survey with over 1000 contractors taking part. And here are some headline takeaway stats:
96% were happy with the handling of the setup of their employment
95% advised that our online portal was easy to use
97% advised that they had a good relationship with PayStream
95% of umbrella employees when asked advised that they had not experienced better service elsewhere
94% of our umbrella contractors said they would recommend us to a colleague.
Our contractors said, we did…
As mentioned above we use the negative feedback in order to improve the service we provide where we can, so here are some instances where our contractors said and we did….
The final word(s)
We also asked our contractors what one word comes to mind when they think of PayStream and the answers this year didn’t fail to make us smile, make us proud and in some instances scratch our heads when trying to decipher what was meant. We’d again like to share the results of this with you so we’ve put all of the answers into a tag cloud. The way it works is the more times a word was mentioned, the bigger it appears on the illustration.