What we measure and why
Employee Satisfaction ratings do not provide businesses with an adequate benchmark for their business performance. In fact, Employee Satisfaction makes up only 25% of Business Performance.
The STAR Workplace Program has been developed to benchmark all of the metrics that matter most for your business: employee alignment, satisfaction with strategy, team and management culture, satisfaction with company performance and psychosocial risk.
Understand how your business is performing. We work with you to really understand what your organisation is experiencing and what matters most now and in the future. We then
assess your strategic level of engagement and company performance against a benchmark of over 800 Australasian businesses to assist you to identify key areas for your business focus.
Our anonymous Employee Surveys use research based and validated questioning to measure satisfaction in the workplace.
We produce results that managers and business owners can easily interpret and action, benchmarked to over 800 Australasian businesses.
Measure your management and employee culture against Australasian benchmarks, to move to or retain high performance measures.
The HRF101 National Standard : Human Resource Framework identifies what Australasian businesses need to do to ensure the alignment and effectiveness of their HR processes with the needs of the business. Assessing businesses against the HR Framework identifies process gaps that can be prioritised and fixed.
Engagement and satisfaction are not enough. Competitive advantages come from aligning the activity of the employees with the strategy of the decision makers / business. Use the metrics and benchmarking to align your people to your business performance and improve business profitability and / or growth.
Managing Psychosocial Risk has become a key component of all businesses, big and small. We have been measuring and benchmarking this data for over 20 years to help businesses understand their risk and provide actionable items to address their low markers.