An employee emotionally connected to his work is a committed worker and can add to the productivity of the organization with which he is related. The concept of ’employee engagement’ It is based on measuring factors that influence how a person and their work environment influence their performance.
Workers should consider whether they feel comfortable or happy in the company or organization they are currently with. Although some companies periodically carry out this type of evaluation of their collaborators, the fact that a person is able to ask themselves this and other related questions is just as important.
That is why a test, prepared by the megustainternet.com website and aimed at this type of user, presents a series of questions that must be considered in order to check if your Current job situation is the ideal for them.
The evaluation, called “Job happiness test”considers not only the emotions of people during the development of their functions, but also includes the relationship with co-workers, the importance of bosses in the work environment, aspects such as communication between workers, workload labor, among others.
The test includes these questions for users who are working in a company:
– You think you are happy to belong to that company.
– Are you satisfied with your financial compensation?
– I have a clear understanding of my professional goals in this organization.
– Does your job allow you to perform tasks or functions that increase your professional and personal skills?
– Is there communication between workers, managers and bosses? Would you say that human capital is…
– Are the results achieved at the individual or group level recognized by the company?
– The administration is impartial (everyone is equal from the person badge)
– You tell yourself: “I feel valued at work”.
– You believe you can reach your full potential in this organization.
– You feel that the work is distributed equally within the team.
– You say to yourself: “I feel connected with my co-workers”.
– You think: “my boss values my comments and takes them seriously”.
– You say to yourself: “my manager is helpful and guides me”.
– You tell yourself: “I have a perfect balance between work and life”.
– Every morning (or mostly, almost every day) you wake up thinking about how good the work day is going to be.
– Team building activities are held regularly.
– You say to yourself: I love coffee at work, it tastes better.
– Recreational activities are available in the offices.
– Considering your experience based on employee happiness, how likely are you to recommend your family or friends to work with your company?
– Your work involves an acceptable level of stress (normal).
– The workload is manageable.
– You see Mondays as… a new opportunity / an endless routine.
– My overall job satisfaction is…
– Your companions could perfectly be your friends
– Have the bosses provided solutions when dealing with any of your personal problems?
Although these questions are varied and consider different relevant aspects of the work, the results they are not definitive. The only person capable of understanding your situation within the work environment and who can determine how you feel in the company where you work, is the user himself. The test is referential.