Everyone experiences work pressure in a different way.
What is very easy for one person can be a source of stress and frustration for another.
In addition to the actual amount of work, poorly designed organizational processes, role ambiguity, digital systems and poor communication within the organization can also contribute to the perceived work pressure.
The Work Pressure Scan offers insights, but also concrete action-oriented tips to reduce the perceived work pressure by tackling the cause.
Work pressure is one of the most important predictors of exhaustion within the organization. If this exhaustion persists for too long, it can lead to burnout complaints and absenteeism or turnover.
The perceived work pressure can have many different causes, and not only be the result of too much work.
Because insight and awareness is always the first step in activation and behavioral and cultural change, Realise has developed the Work Pressure Scan. This scan provides employees and the organization with insight into the causes of work pressure and concrete tools to improve this.
The Work Pressure Scan identifies factors that influence the perceived work pressure:
Filling in the digital questionnaire takes 10 minutes.
A Realise project coordinator discusses the process in an intake. Then we get started. The lead time for preparations, communication, measurement, reporting and a priority analysis is 4 to 6 weeks.
After completing the scan, every employee immediately receives a personal feedback report. This report contains:
TIP! Offer employees with a high risk of burnout the opportunity to register anonymously for a number of sessions with a stress coach. This is possible on the basis of a strippenkaart subscription. This prevents a lot of personal, but also team and organizational distress.
When the Work Pressure Scan is used on a large scale, for example as part of a development program or as an organizational survey, we periodically prepare a reporting dashboard. The dashboard provides insight into the factors that influence the workload of employees.
The dashboard contains scores on:
The scores can be compared: