Engaged but burned out?

Employee wellbeing affects your business

When your employees struggle, your business struggles. Low engagement and risk of burnout and turnover have a direct impact on your company’s ability to succeed. Engagement surveys only give you a snapshot. Get the full picture of your employees’ general wellbeing—and protect the health and success of your business.

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How engagement impacts your business

In one study, highly engaged employees were five times less likely than nonengaged employees to have a safety incident and seven times less likely to have a lost-time safety incident. By strengthening employee engagement, the company saved $1,721,760 in safety costs in one year.

Source: shrm.org

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How burnout impacts your business

  • Burnout costs between $125 and $190 billion every year in health care costs – and workplace stress accounts for 8% of national spending on healthcare.
  • Disengaged employees cost employers 34% of their annual salary
  • Burnout is responsible for between 20-50% of employee turnover

Source: forbes.com

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How turnover impacts your business

Replacing an employee can cost between 50%-60% of that employee’s salary, with overall costs ranging from 90%-200%.

Source: enrich.org

The information you need to improve employee wellbeing

When your InVista Insights Wellbeing survey is complete, our experts will provide you with an in-depth report and access to a personalized dashboard so you can dig even deeper into your data and offer tailored recommendations for follow-up.

Executive summary report

We analyze your survey results and present data based on your company’s needs. This information is unique to your organization, your employees, and your data.

InVista Dashboard

Dig deeper into your data with our customized dashboard. Sort and filter by department, job title, and more, to learn more about your employees.

Tailored recommendations

We recommend next steps like webinars, workshops, videos, and more that help you enact change, improve productivity, and enhance employee work-life balance.

Five aspects that influence general wellbeing

General wellbeing is defined as an employee’s life satisfaction and level of positive emotions.

InVista is unique in that we not only measure an employee’s general wellbeing, but we also look deeper to investigate why and where they struggle. Knowing more about employee challenges helps you to offer targeted resources to improve their wellbeing and keep your business on track. The five attributes we measure have been shown to drive or predict general wellbeing.

Workplace

assesses items specific to the work environment, including supervisor support, fairness, and work/life balance

Emotional

measures an employee’s level of stress and anxiety and their tendency to withstand challenges

Social

evaluates the strength of personal relationships and work relationships

Financial

assesses financial concerns and stability

Physical

gauges levels of sleep, activity, and proper nutrition

Workplace

assesses items specific to the work environment, including supervisor support, fairness, and work/life balance

Emotional

measures an employee’s level of stress and anxiety and their tendency to withstand challenges

Social

evaluates the strength of personal relationships and work relationships

Financial

assesses financial concerns and stability

Physical

gauges levels of sleep, activity, and proper nutrition

Contact InVista today to learn about our employee wellbeing solutions

Contact InVista today to learn about our employee wellbeing solutions