A stressed workforce is an unproductive workforce. Do you know if your employees are stressed? More importantly, are you the one causing this stress?
When was the last time you asked your employees how they were doing? When was the last time you asked all your employees how they were doing? There’s a good chance that it has been awhile. There is also a good chance that your employees are enduring stress that is impacting their work performance. A well-being assessment can be a first step towards identifying and combating this stress – for the benefit of your organization as well as each and every one of your employees.
In all of our well-being assessments, we measure the following variables:
- Causes of Stress
- Open-Ended Qualitative Questions
- Personal Outcomes
- Organizational Outcomes
- Turnover Intentions
- Ultimate Outcome
- Suicidal Ideation
Through using this combination, we are able to gauge whether employees are enduring significant difficulties that may influence their personal well-being as well as work productivity. This combination of variables also provides a well-being profile, in which employees can start identifying exactly how they can improve their well-being.
Then, we are able to test whether employees have already begun to retract from the organization. In many cases, organizations are unaware that they are causing undue stress, which results in employees already having one foot out the door. Our well-being assessment can catch any turnover intentions before they become a problem.
Most importantly, we determine whether the employee is in need of serious help and psychological assistance. Fortunately, as a part of our well-being assessment, we give all employees resources with information regarding local psychologists and counselors. It is their prerogative to seek help, but we provide the tools to do so.
Lastly, we regularly add additional variables to our well-being assessment, based on the needs of the particular organization. If you would like to see any other variables, we would be more than happy to include them in your well-being assessment.
If you are interested in conducting a well-being assessment for your workforce, please contact Contact@MCHowardConsulting.com. We’ll response as quickly as possible to find the right solution for you.