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Being the best version of yourself at work

Not happy at or with work? That happens to everyone once in a while. Then know that you can influence and develop happiness (at work). The basis for this is a positive working climate, that you know yourself, but also the people you work with.

The Scan

Happy Test

The basis of job happiness is that the framework conditions are in place. Such as a safe workplace and good working conditions. However, working happily also means that your colleagues know, appreciate, respect and trust you. Other important sources of happiness are meaning, support, positive mindset and a clear role and task description. After all, it is nice to know what the work brings, who makes you happy or what it contributes in the big picture.

The Happy Test identifies factors that influence and promote job happiness

  • Happiness
  • Happiness and Work
  • Well-being and Performance
Completing the digital questionnaire takes 10 to 15 minutes.


  • Instructive self-reflection on all components of work happiness
  • Personalised feedback with four concrete tips to improve work happiness
  • Strategic input for formulating more happiness in the workplace

The Happy Test can be expanded with

  • E-coaching


We would be happy to advise you on the possibilities of application. Among other things, the Happy Test can be used as a tool in:

  • The learning and development cycle (R&D)
  • A training or development programme
  • A coaching programme
  • The HR support possibilities
    Organisational research


Every employee receives a personal feedback report immediately after completing the scan. This report includes:
  • Total score on happiness at work
  • Scores on the different components of happiness at work
  • General and personalised tips and advice
  • An action sheet to record follow-up steps

Team and organisation

When the Happy Test is used on a large scale, for example as part of a development programme or as an organisational survey, we periodically prepare a reporting dashboard.

The dashboard includes scores on:

  • Organisation total
  • Department and team
  • Job groups
  • Demographic groups

The scores can be compared:

  • Between peer groups
  • With the Dutch benchmark
  • Over time (trend view)


  • € 55.00 per employee (excluding VAT)
  • The price is based on organisations up to 100 employees. For larger organisations, we have a graduated price. Ask us about the possibilities.
  • The price in including: questionnaire, personal feedback report, organisation dashboard.
  • The price includes: a digital presentation by a Realise research consultant