Why Measure Well-Being?
Latest research consistently shows that employee well-being is a better predictor of people’s productivity than job satisfaction. It has been shown to be a key determinant of organisational performance and the Number One driver of employee engagement.
Employee well-being is a subjective state that takes into account physical, social, emotional, environmental, developmental and occupational considerations all within the context of the workplace. It therefore varies enormously between sector and workforce and is impossible to evaluate through observation and management intuition.
By measuring people’s well-being directly and comprehensively across all relevant dimensions, organisations are able to deliver a robust approach that’s based on facts, needs and priorities. The alternative is to waste time and resource on initiatives that are misjudged and ineffective.read more
Get started..Take Part in our Employee Well-Being Poll Need a Speaker on Employee Well-Being? MASTERCLASS – COSTING AND MANAGING SICKNESS ABSENCE TUESDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 2013 CENTRAL LONDON Click here for more information >
Enterprises appoint us because they want independent metrics that determine links between the well-being of their people and performance indicators.
Management teams use our findings to drive evidence-based, people strategies that tackle the real underlying issues that are impairing organisational output.
Our approach is based on proven scientific methodologies. This means that confidence in our analyses is assured.