Interested in collecting feedback from your staff members in one go? And in using the findings to see where you stand in terms of wellbeing at your organisation? How about raising employee awareness of their own professional and general wellbeing? Then give My WellRi a try, our scientifically-based and quantitative assessment of your staff members' workplace and general wellbeing.
This 360° wellbeing audit will help you set the groundwork for your wellbeing policy and can be combined with a Wellbeing Lab and qualitative research such as focus groups to dive deeper into the findings.
- Scientifically-based risk analysis: developed in cooperation with The Vigor Unit, a Ghent University spinoff
- My WellRi goes beyond the statutory requirements and also focuses on other psychosocial factors.
A whole range of topics
Sample topics with a focus on mental, social and physical wellbeing:
- sleep quality, ...
The employer will also gain valuable insights into:
- job satisfaction,
- turnover intentions,
- organisational engagement,
- self-confidence, ...
Get a bird's eye view
You'll get a bird's eye view of what nourishes and depletes your staff members’ energy levels and also find out what your sticking points are as an organisation.
How can a survey reverse the growing trend of absenteeism?
Find the answer in this interview of Cédric Velghe, researcher and managing partner at The VIGOR Unit (spinoff Ghent university) together with Eva Deschans, Product & Partnership Director at Health Partner.
Worried about all the work involved in managing the communication side of things before, during or after the audit? Well don’t! We handle all the details so you don't have to.
Reporting on multiple levels
- Consolidated and anonymised reports at the team, department and company-wide levels.
- Option to distribute individual reports and provide your staff members with additional personal guidance.
Find out what My WellRi can do for you
Assess the needs of your staff members with "werkbaarheidscheque" vouchers
With the Flemish "werkbaarheidscheque" voucher scheme, you'll get financial aid to help you identify and improve wellbeing outcomes in the workplace. Through this scheme, the Flemish Government will subsidise up to 60% of your project, up to a maximum of €10,000. An important prerequisite is that the services have to be delivered by a licensed registered service provider such as Health Partner