Organisational users have this ability from their user dashboard. They can also change their sub-groups (e.g., move an employee from ‘Team 1’ to ‘Team 2’).
Organisational results and reports are stored in your account indefinitely. You can come back at any time and download a past report.
You can view an example organisational pdf report here.
An Employee assessment is generally 50 questions and takes just under 15 minutes on average to complete. Organisations / Consultants can add a select number of extra questions (Organisation Defined Questions) and measures (WoW Suggested Questions) which may make the assessment slightly longer.
If your results place you in approximately the bottom 5% of our complete user sample, we place a low wellbeing warning on your report. This warning is presented on the ‘summary overview page’ – page 3. The warning is produced if the WoW factor score is between 0-58, and the happiness score is either a […]
If you are an individual user, you choose whom you would like to share your results with. If you are an Employee, your Organisation does not get access to your reports, though you are consenting to your anonymous data being used to compile an overall organisational wellbeing report, possibly with group-level results. You can see […]
Yes! WoW suggests 33 empirically validated approaches to increasing wellbeing via ‘My Activities’ for you to proactively manage wellbeing. Three are included in the comprehensive report. The other 30 are available here! In addition, at the end of the comprehensive reports (i.e., not the free introductory report) there is a section called “Ways to Wellbeing” […]
The WoW assessment is the best assessment commercially available. Most other wellbeing assessments are not based on the scientific literature, are not comprehensive, do not provide contextualised results, have very little or no flexibility, and most importantly, do not track wellbeing over time.
The WoW assessment has been crafted by the top wellbeing assessment scientists in the field, learn more here. If you would like a copy of the assessment technical manual, please contact us. This manual explains how the assessment and questions are grounded in relevant theory and literature.
When you complete your second (and subsequent) assessment, these results are dynamically integrated with the results of your first assessment. For example, your report for your second assessment will display your wellbeing results at time 1, and the new results at time 2 (and 3, 4, 5 and so on). It is then easy to […]