Oxfordshire-based employers, who want to find out what their employees really think, could qualify for a free report on the well-being of their workforce simply by asking 30 people or more within their organisation to complete a five minute questionnaire on workplace happiness.
iOpener, an Oxford-based consultancy that specialises in happiness in the workplace, is offering a free happiness diagnosis report to Oxford organisations with over 30 employees.
To get a free report, contact iOpener or phone 01865 511522 and ask for Laurel Edmunds. Your free report will tell you how happy at work your employees are and the key aspects that affect their happiness. All individual answers to the questionnaire will be confidential and will contribute to ongoing research into happiness at work.
Said Jessica Pryce-Jones, iOpener’s CEO: “Whether your employees consist of full-time or part-timers, or whether you are a CEO or a trainee, we want to hear from you and your organisation!”
“Not only do you have a chance to get a free report, but you get to contribute to the development of what is an absolutely crucial business and organisational issue – workplace happiness. Happiness leads to more motivated, productive, healthier and creative people and more successful organisations. Arranging for your employees to fill out the questionnaire will help us further test and refine it and ensure that it is the definitive way to measure happiness at work.”
iOpener enables organisations, teams and individuals to deliver on their objectives and strategy while increasing happiness levels too. Customers include Cisco, Tetra Pak, UBS, Unilever, Vodafone, and Yorkshire Water. iOpener was responsible for helping bring workplace happiness to the national consciousness in the autumn of 2005 through the BBC 2 series ‘Making Slough Happy’, which starred iOpener’s two founders, Jessica Pryce-Jones and Philippa Chapman.