Several major criteria to ensure a quality of life at work :
The quality of the commitment of all, at all levels of the company
Involvement in work, motivation, mobilization.
The quality of the information shared within the company
Transparency of information, regular meetings.
The quality of labor relations
Quality of relationships between coworkers, managers and subordinates, atmosphere, climate of trust.
The quality of relations, built on active social dialogue
Existence and quality of dialogue between management and employee representatives, quality of instance and negotiations.
The quality of the procedures for implementing work organization
Clarity of objectives, possibility of cooperation, adequacy between the content of the position and the profile of the employee.
The quality of the work content
Autonomy, value and meaning given to work.
The quality of the physical environment
Premises, equipment, hardship.
The possibility of realization and personal development
Training policy, professional career, possibility of development.
The possibility of reconciling professional and private life
Actual workload, flexible working hours, working from home, time spent in transport.
Respect for professional equality
Representation of men and women in the company, equal pay, promotional equality.
Determine the relevant criteria for measuring the results of a quality of work life approach
To track QWL developments within an organization, it is necessary to define qualitative and quantitative objectives and to be able to measure the achievement of these objectives. Each company has an organization and issues in terms of quality of life at work that are important to it. It is also necessary to define the approach, and to determine which criteria will be considered and measured.
A simple tool to measure daily well-being
The Wellness module proposed by Eurécia does not focus on the details of the criteria but gives an overall assessment of the well-being felt in the company. By giving everyone the opportunity to freely and anonymously express their level of perceived well-being, the HR department and management have a real-time overview of the company's mood.
Valuation of the QWL approach and consideration of employees The implementation of a well-being measurement tool brings many benefits :
- The company has an indicator on employee mood and motivation.
- The HR department or management can measure the effects of actions taken to improve QWL.
- Social dialogue is facilitated.
- Employees feel more taken into consideration.
The simple fact of starting a process and making it visible to everyone thanks to a collaborative and fun tool, contributes to improving well-being at work.