IPA Employee Satisfaction

The IPA Employee Satisfaction has been developed with the aim of recording the level of employee satisfaction in the company.

The concept of employee satisfaction has come increasingly into focus as people have emerged on the scene as the key parameter for a company’s success.

The qualitative change in customer needs and expectations, the completely changed market conditions due to internationalisation and free access to information, the increased demands for service in both the pre-purchase and after-sale phases, market segmentation, product differentiation and many other megatrends, have moved us from the industrialised society to the changing society.

Those who cannot keep up are left behind and disappear into history’s oblivion.





The world is changing – so is employee satisfaction

Employee satisfaction is thus one of several qualitative parameters in an increasingly people-driven world. We no longer do only what we are told to do, but what we want to do, we make our own decisions to a much greater extent and therefore today we make far greater demands on our working lives and situations than we did in the past.

Demands for development opportunities, for challenges, for content, for freedom, etc. Conversely, if these demands are met, we are also prepared to make a much greater and more committed effort than in the past.

This means that the margin between absence of satisfaction and high satisfaction has enormous consequences for the efforts made and the results achieved.

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IPA Employee satisfaction result

The recognition that business performance is people-driven and the recognition of the enormous potential that each individual possesses creates the big difference between companies that make an effort to increase employee satisfaction and those that do not. Low employee satisfaction means that, metaphorically speaking, energy is leaking out of the company’s leaks every day, with the result that efforts are only a shadow of what they could be.

Satisfaction is ultimately a matter of feelings

Psychologically, we talk about three different reactions: the very positive experience that creates excitement and motivation, the indifferent experience that creates no emotional reaction, and the very negative experience that has a destructive and demotivating effect on behaviour. To get an overall impression of how employees are distributed, we show a top-bottom scale assessment that gives a clear picture of the situation from a more psychological and motivational point of view. Who pulls the strongest in the group of indifferent employees

A happy IPA customer from our partner Strategic HR – where customer Think is big on employee satisfaction