Work Environment Assessment
A work environment is formed by the sum of the perceptions workers have on their professional development, company policies, compensation plan, leadership, training and, in general, with the working relation they have with the company. These perceptions- whether real or not- translate into behaviors that affect the organization and its productive output. For this reason, it is important to know the ins and outs of the company and the perceptions held by those working in it, such as satisfaction, solidarity, trust, pride, experience and development.
Based on the above, it is essential to identify the areas where the expectations of the employers and employees are opposed to each other or overlap. Creating positive synergy for both of these is important in order to create the best work environment, as well as have higher productivity and greater overall satisfaction. Jobs applies these tools for our clients so that managers and executives can know the root causes for employee rotation or low productivity. From this starting point, it is easier to make well-informed choices and take the necessary actions that will benefit the company and improve relations with employees.
Our work environment assessment tool is:
- Cutting Edge
Our expertise in human resource management includes the ability to apply work environment assessment tools. We work closely with our clients in order to find out workers’ perceptions, analyze the actual situation and apply the necessary changes that would create a better work environment that would lead to low employee turnover and high returns on human resource investment.