Wellbeing surveying and data translation
It’s critical, when considering wellbeing strategy, engagements or initiatives, to be starting from a base of evidence.
ROW’s wellbeing survey capability gives you the insights you need to better understand your employee:
- engagement and wellbeing levels (including physical health, mental health and more).
- perceptions of wellbeing.
- wellbeing attitudes and behaviours
- interest in participating in workplace wellbeing initiatives within your organisation.
We work with you to understand the data points and sentiments you wish to capture, the risks you’re trying to better understand, and the specific groups within you’re organisation that you are seeking to better understand.
From there, we develop a customised survey that is tailored to your needs.
The survey can be as long or short as you desire, but we recommend a mix of quantitative and qualitative questions. We use evidence-based question banks from international best practice to ensure the validity of the survey.
In the next phase, we conduct quantitative and qualitative analysis of the raw data, and provide you with a research report with insights and recommendations on next steps.
Where using this tool across multiple, similar populations (for examples, across NSOs), some benchmarking and comparative data analysis may be possible, to help you highlight particular populations that may require additional support or more immediate interventions.
Our clients, such as Scenic Hotel Group and Sealord have told us this research process provided them with a compelling business case on which to act and create real change.
Get real insights into the wellbeing of your people today.
The research report is presented to you via a 60-minute workshop, giving you the opportunity to ask questions and get the answers you need.
You may also like to invest in subgroup (e.g. departments or teams) reports, which can help you to better understand similarities and differences across the organisation. Please note minimum numbers of participants are required to preserve anonymity.