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Evi measures well-being on an ongoing basis.

Besides measuring well-being and risk of stress at the workplace, Evi provides knowledge and tools that will support managers, HR and employees.

It increases the possibility of constructive dialogues about workplace challenges and establishes a culture that focuses on action.

Getting started with Evi is easy and the survey takes only five minutes to complete.
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Easy to use

Getting started with Evi is easy and the survey takes only five minutes to complete.

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Evidence-based

This well-being survey is based on 15 evidence-based questions, which are related to the workplace.

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Frequent measurements

Evi measures on an ongoing basis; typically 4-6 times a year. This provides you with an actual overview of well-being and the risk of stress, which allows you to adjust initiatives on an ongoing basis.

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Anonymous survey

All responses are anonymous and GDPR-compliant. Managers are able to receive a compiled report if at least five employees complete the survey.

Getting started with Evi is easy and the survey takes only five minutes to complete.
Getting started with Evi is easy and the survey takes only five minutes to complete.

Immediate results

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Inspiration for employees

Employees have the opportunity to work with their own well-being, by receiving access to easy tools and good advice.

Follow progress

Employees are also able to follow their progress over time. This allows them to reflect on the initiatives that increase their well-being.

Evi supports managers and HR on an everyday basis

Training of HR and managers

Surveys don't improve well-being automatically. They require action to create any real value. Evi includes an introductory programme, which will equip your managers and HR staff for their work with the results of the survey and their initiatives towards helping improve well-being at your workplace.

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Counselling for those affected by stress

Evi places a number of well-being counsellors at the disposal of employees who are at risk of suffering from stress. This is our way of ensuring that those employees who find it hard to resolve their situation in collaboration with their manager are also taken care of.

Dashboard

The dashboard provides a solid overview of how well your department is thriving, and of where there is a risk of stress. You can follow the survey results for your department over time, to evaluate which measures have the greatest impact on well-being and stress at your workplace.

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What our customers are saying

"Previously, we measured well-being just once a year, as part of a big survey. However, if you really do want to take responsibility as an employer and prevent stress, an annual well-being survey isn't all that much of a help. An employee's well-being and stress level can change significantly over a short period of time."

- Lene Boe, HR Manager, Ammeraal Beltech Modular

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What does Evi cost

Starting out with Evi involves a set-up fee of DKK 15,000 to cover set-up, planning and an introductory workshop for managers. An annual charge is then paid, depending on the number of employees who are involved in the survey. Below, you can see the various solutions you can choose between.

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Learn about well-being and the risk of stress at your workplace.

DKK 225

Annual, per employee

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Well-being survey

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Online well-being counselling of employees and managers

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Dashboard

Expanded

Expand Evi with your own questions and get AS3's recommendations.

DKK 275

Annual, per employee

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Well-being survey

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Online well-being counselling of employees and managers

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Dashboard

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Data analysis

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Recommended initiatives

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Add your own questions

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API features

Full

Supplement Evi with training and individual coaching for managers.

DKK 775

Annual, per employee

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Well-being survey

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Online well-being counselling of employees and managers

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Dashboard

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Data analysis

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Recommended initiatives

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Add your own questions

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API features

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Full-day seminar for managers

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Status meetings and plan of action for management and HR

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Coaching of managers (4 annual sessions per manager)

Frequently asked questions

Why is the survey called “Evi”?

There are several reasons. Partly because the survey is based on evidence, and partly because the word “evimeria” is the Greek word for “well-being” or “welfare”.

Can we change the questions?

The actual purpose of Evi is to make a valid prediction of the risk and degree of stress by asking as few questions as possible. The questions are based on research and responses are input to an advanced calculation model. If we change the wording or remove questions, we lose evidence. Therefore, it is not possible to change the questions.

Can the questions be misunderstood?

There will always be a small risk of this. But the questions and their wording are based on international research about which questions are best suited to provide indicators about employees' well-being.

Why do you call it a well-being survey, when Evi also gauges the risk of stress?

This is to keep things as simple as possible. Well-being and stress are closely connected. For example, an employee's well-being will increase or reduce the risk that the employee will develop stress. In other words, the better the employee's well-being, the lower the likelihood that he or she will suffer from stress.

Can you suffer from stress while in a state of well-being?

Yes. An employee can be thriving at work, but can still begin to suffer from stress. Likewise, an employee can be failing to thrive at work, without necessarily suffering from stress. Normally though, there will be a connection between both situations.

Why does Evi only address workplace issues?

Because this is where the workplace is able to take steps and make a difference. It is absolutely correct that if an employee is not thriving in their private life, this will probably become manifested in the context of their work. The reverse is also true, but Evi allows the company's management to take responsibility at work.

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