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Thrive at Work Survey

Employee perceptions allow organisations to ensure that mental health and well-being activities are having the desired impact. Checking in with staff at regular periods allows you to monitor the impact and effectiveness of your activities for continuous development.

The Thrive at Work survey is a reliable and validated assessment tool that measures employee perceptions in relation to the Thrive at Work framework. The survey provides an understanding of current employee well-being and measures the degree to which employees believe the organisation mitigates illness, prevents harm and promotes thriving. It provides organisations with an opportunity to consult employees on key mental health and well-being matters.

Thrive at Work Survey Platform

The findings of the survey are presented live through the Thrive at Work Platform. The platform houses interactive and intuitive dashboards for both the individual and organisation. Results are presented using different data visualisation techniques designed for optimal ease of interpretation.

Individual Interface

The individual interface of the Platform provides users with:

  • Immediate access to individual results upon completion of the survey
  • Practical tips and strategies for improving their experience at work
  • Option to view organisational benchmark data to compare results

Organisational Interface

The organisational interface of the Platform allows users with:

  • Varying levels of detail presented for differing users, with a range of filters available to hone in on areas of interest
  • Heat maps that allow users to explore differences between groups
  • Analytics that display relationships between the variables measured and employee outcomes

Key Benefits

  • Fully customised survey developed by world leading Organisational Psychology researchers and practitioners
  • Consultation with the workforce to provide employees with an opportunity to express their views on mental health and well-being matters that may affect them
  • With regards to psychosocial risks, by drawing on workers’ experiences, it is more likely that the psychosocial hazards and risk factors will be identified than with an audit alone. It also provides insight into current functioning of controls
  • Multisource data collection – uncovering varying strengths, opportunities and potential misalignments
  • Comprehensive insights into drivers/leading indicators of mental health at work
  • Insights that allow for data-driven decision making, thus optimising return on investment
  • Establish baseline measure to track improvements over time