What these studies can tell you

Some questions that are answered through our employee satisfaction evaluations, and workplace wellness evaluations, are provided below. These are customized for each organization, to ensure the relevance and usefulness of the resulting findings.

  • What are your employees’ perceptions of:
    • Their working conditions and environments?
    • The suitability of their physical space and facilities?
    • Communication and problem-solving in the workplace?
    • The organization’s culture and processes?
    • Fairness and equity in the workplace?
    • Teamwork and collaboration in the workplace?
    • Their training needs and opportunities?
  • What is the prevalence of, and causes of, accidents and incidences in the workplace?
  • What are some strategies to reduce accidents and incident rates?
  • What is the prevalence of negative workplace stress?
  • What are the perceived causes of stress in the workplace?
  • What are some solutions to reduce stress?
  • What work and life wellness issues are experienced by your employees?
  • What are the rates of employees’ absenteeism and presenteeism?
  • What are the equivalent costs of absenteeism? This can assist with calculations of potential Return On Investment (ROI) associated with wellness initiatives and early intervention programs.
  • What are your employees’ short- and medium-term employment intentions?
  • Why do your employees want to stay with, or leave, your organization?
  • How do your employees benchmark your organization against others in their sector or field?
  • Would your employees recommend your services or products to others?
  • Would your employees recommend your organization as a good place to work? Are you an employer of choice?

To maximize the value of these data, we use a tiered approach to our analysis. Aggregated frequencies for all questions are presented in our reports. We also often provide analyses of the data based on variables such as respondents'

  • Occupations or positions
  • Work location
  • Gender and/or age
  • Length of time in the job