Who are we?
We are a team of academics and practitioners with advanced degrees in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Our team has strong backgrounds and years of experience in the areas of engagement, retention, diversity, equity, inclusion, surveys, validation processes, psychometrics, and more.
Our team has experience creating surveys and assessments, analyzing data, and creating reports for a range of companies and industries, including Walmart, Delta Air Lines, Sutherland, Terminix, United Health Group, Raymond James, Prudential, Amazon, Advance Auto Parts, Signet Jewelers, Bank of America - as well as various small companies and non-profits.
We look forward to working with you to help your organization continue to create positive change!
Why is Inturvey the best partner for your organization?
When do most survey providers update their surveys? Every 5 years? Every 10 years? 15 years?
At Inturvey, our focus is creating surveys and providing corresponding action items based on the latest research in the field - so we revisit our surveys every year to incorporate the most recent research. In addition to working with a best-in-class team, you'll be receiving insights and key data points that are based on research and best practices.
Meet One of Our Academic Partners
Dr. Toni Bisconti
"As someone who has spent many years teaching and publishing in the areas of ageism, hate, discrimination, and sexuality, I can say that Inturvey's DEI survey is a sound tool to assess diversity, equity, and inclusion at organizations. I truly enjoyed taking part in the scientific and creative process they underwent to develop this survey."
Dr. Toni Bisconti is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Akron and the Adult Development and Aging Program Co-Chair. She has developed a variety of diversity-related courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level including the Psychology of Hate, Myths of Sexuality, and the Psychology of Diversity. Dr. Toni Bisconti is a regular contributor to the Ray Horner Show on WAKR-Akron on Psychology in Everyday Life