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May 26, 2016

Well-being at work: how is it measured?

The Edenred-Ipsos Barometer identified ten items related to well-being at work, divided into three pillars:
  • Environment: equipment, work-life balance, a clear idea of what is expected on the job: an employee content with his/her job is in particular an employee who feels good in his/her work environment.
  • Appreciation: respect shown by management, skills management: well-being also depends on the attention paid by management to employees.
  • Emotion: enjoying coming to work in the morning, interest in the job, its stimulating nature: the emotions of employees from day to day should also be taken into account.

In the context of the 2016 Edenred-Ipsos Barometer and taking into account these three components, ten questions were asked in order to measure the well-being of employees around the world:

The survey shows that all countries combined, employees are more satisfied with items related to environment(e.g. 86% are satisfied with the clarity of what is expected from them on the job), while scores related to appreciation and emotion are lower (only 61% consider they work in a stimulating environment).
Source: 2016 Edenred-Ipsos Barometer on the well-being at work of employees around the world (14,400 employees surveyed in 15 countries) 


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