TiE Survey

6th December 2013
Survey on Human Resources in Start-Ups
6th December, 2013

60% Respondents believe that creating wealth for
themselves is ...
Exploring Motivation of Employees in Start-Ups

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TiE HR Summit 2013 - Survey Results

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We organised our Annual HR Summit 2013 – “Changing Face of the Workforce” on Dec 6th, 2013 at Silver Oak, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

At this Summit we recognised the fact that the face of the workforce is undergoing major change. But how is it changing? We took your inputs and requested you to complete this short survey.

The survey was open till December 6th, 10 am.

In this ppt the results are being shared with you.

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TiE HR Summit 2013 - Survey Results

  1. 1. TiE Survey 6th December 2013
  2. 2. Survey on Human Resources in Start-Ups 6th December, 2013 60% Respondents believe that creating wealth for themselves is the primary motivation for Entrepreneurs People vs. Finance 88% Respondents believe that getting the right people is more IMPORTANT than getting Finance 80% Respondents believe that getting the right people is more DIFFICULT than getting finance Powered by OpinionBox
  3. 3. Exploring Motivation of Employees in Start-Ups Powered by OpinionBox
  4. 4. Rating Scales Responses collected using the 5-point response scale in the Survey were classified into Unfavorable, Neutral and Favorable to create a 3-point scale for analysis and reporting Strongly Disagree Disagree Unfavorable EXAMPLE # Unfavorable 70 Neutral 30 Favorable 100 Partially Agree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree Favorable Don’t know/ Not Applicable Not Considered % scores were arrived at by dividing the number of responses for each reporting code by the total number of considered responses. For example, in the illustrative table to the left, the favorable % = Total number of “Favorable” responses Total number of responses = 100/ (70+30+100) = 50% 4

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