How we do it

We focus on employees’ wellbeing through a triad of interrelated measures:

  1. Energy—employees are the ones who make things happen at organizations, but they cannot be productive and content if they feel worn out.
  2. Focus—focus and concentration make for more efficient work management, both in terms of time and quality.
  3. Stress—stress is a psychological state triggered when we experience events or situations that are important to us, but where outcomes are uncertain. 

Stress can be categorized in positive stress which can lead to feelings of motivation, and negative stress which triggers anxiety, fear, or worry. It’s one of the major metrics for wellbeing because prolonged periods of negative stress can lead to burnout. Detecting trends that alert us about it, help us prevent it.

Learn more about measuring experiences of work.