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Oh no…not another Member Survey!

By now, many randomly selected staff of our Member organisations and some registered Supporters will have received, or will soon be receiving, an invitation to complete PeakCare’s biennial Member Survey. PeakCare fully appreciates how frequently that you, like us, are asked to complete on-line surveys and how annoying this can be.

Therefore to make it a little less annoying, in addition to gaining satisfaction from knowing that your feedback will be greatly valued and put to good use by PeakCare, all who complete the survey will be eligible to enter a draw for a chance to win of 6 gift cards (1 x $100 gift card; 2 x $50 cards; and 3 x $20 cards).

If you are not one of the people who has been randomly selected to complete the survey (and enter the draw!), but would like to do so, please email Annika Stehn (astehn@peakcare.org.au) as soon as possible and details about how to complete the survey will be sent to you. Please note that only those who are employed by a PeakCare Member organisation and registered Supporters are eligible to complete the survey and enter the draw.

The survey seeks feedback about PeakCare’s priorities, communication, performance and future opportunities. The survey is completed anonymously and reporting on the survey results will not identify respondents. It can generally be completed within 5 to 10 minutes, depending on how many additional comments survey respondents elect to enter.

The survey will remain open until COB Wednesday, 2nd October.

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