Eliminate Burnout with Employee Stress Assessments
Diagnose and improve the productivity and morale of your entire organization
What is an Employee Stress Assessment?
An employee stress assessment evaluates the impact of stress on individual performance, productivity, and job satisfaction. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s imperative for managers and business leaders to pay attention to the mental health of their team members.
According to a survey by Forrester Consulting, nearly 90 percent of employees want this support from their employers. It’s essential enough for over one-third to consider leaving an organization that fails on this score. It’s also become a driving force in the next wave of the great resignation.
The fact remains that both employees and managers feel more stress because of the pandemic than they’ve ever felt in their lives. That makes certified assessments a necessity for organizations. It takes that first crucial step toward awareness and solutions.
Benefits of Employee Stress Assessments
An employee stress assessment allows business leaders to identify the source of individual concerns. In turn, this information can determine what steps are vital to restoring employee morale. Each person is different in the type of organizational stress they feel. That makes individual evaluation essential.
Employee opinion surveys aren’t enough. Employers must assess the needs of individuals. For example, nearly 60 percent of Gen Z workers feel pressured over their availability beyond the 9–5 workday. Female workers are more likely to put a higher value on work-life balance.
The consequences of these disconnects are evident, considering that only one-third of employees are actively engaged in their jobs.
An employee stress assessment gives managers actionable solutions for supporting mental health issues. It evaluates individuals in seven key areas of possible stress factors, including:
- Effort/Reward Balance
- Organizational Change
- Social Support
- Job Security
Taking the lead in addressing the effects of stress sends a strong message to employees that their employers care. It also empowers individuals to manage their mental health issues that can impact their lives outside of the workplace. However, the benefits don’t stop there.Download a Free Sample Now
Team Stress Assessment
Individual stress assessments are the first step toward improving the health of your teams. It also focuses on other significant sources of employee stress, such as social support.
A company’s culture is vital to an organization. It creates a positive working environment that has all team members concentrating on common goals. Stress assessments identify the weak links in the chain for improving productivity and employee engagement.
A team is only as strong as the sum of its members.Download a Free Sample Now
Employee Stress Assessment Benefits for Organizations
Stress isn’t only a factor for the individual. It also impacts a business’s bottom line. According to the Gallup State of the American Workplace Report, the cost of lost productivity of disengaged workers costs organizations up to $605 billion every year.
An employee stress assessment helps you determine how to reverse the tide in favor of your workers and business. It enables you to ascertain whether you can make improvements by:
- Identifying poorly designed work plans
- Establishing fair rewards for your employees’ efforts on the job
- Creating the proper balance of control and authority
- Improving communication of your organization’s mission to avoid the curse of knowledge
- Assessing the workload and responsibilities of managers and supervisors
- Fostering a healthy working environment among your staff at all levels
- Alleviating the stress over job security
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