Happy employees enjoy coming to work
Measuring well-being at work: what insights are obtained?
The well-being module focuses on the following:
- Identify groups at risk of burn-out.
- Identify the groups where there are problems with inappropriate behaviour.
- Detect the underlying causes.
- Improved management of work-related stress and risk of burn-out by identifying all protective and risk factors under the 5 A's.
- With this psychosocial risk analysis, your organisation also complies with the applicable prevention legislation.
How does your organization benefits from this module?
It is important that your employees cope well with work-related stress, that there is a sound balance between work and private life. Losing this balance increases the risk of burn-out.
A 360° audit or risk analysis of well-being at work is key to pursue a truly effective policy to prevent the risk of stress and burn-out and to strengthen the well-being and health of your employees.
McME not only measures stress on an individual level, but also on an organizational level, providing insight into the coping and resilience of your employees and the risk of burn-out within your organization.
What are the dimensions explored in this module?
To assess the risk of burn-out, we also use the Burnout Assessement Tool* developed at the KUL. The measurement yields a final score that can be read according to a stoplight pattern. It has three zones: safe (green), risky (orange) and alarming (red). By doing so, we also examine well-being at work and it can be determined in an organisation how many people are at risk of burn-out and how many are effectively in the burn-out zone. The outcomes of your organisation will be benchmarked with the Belgian averages.
On the basis of a comprehensive psychosocial analysis of the 5As, McMe highlights the risk factors and protective factors within an organization.