The WeThrive Mental Health & Wellbeing Survey is designed to uncover how your employees feel and provide simple, practical and meaningful recommendations to help individuals struggling with certain aspects of their mental wellbeing.
The Mental Health & Wellbeing Survey asks 16 top-level questions covering the 16 key areas (find out more about these here).
In the areas that people score lowest, the survey then asks a further set of more specific questions. This means each person gets a unique survey experience, and the resulting analysis is able to identify the highest causes of frustrations and recommend actions to help the individual improve this aspect of their wellbeing.
Each question is answered on a 0-10 scale moving from Strongly disagree (0) to Strongly agree (10).
Our 16 top level questions
Own time - I get time for myself when I need it.
Sleeping - I wake up feeling energised.
Movement - I am physically active.
Emotional connection - I feel connected to others.
Receiving attention - I receive enough attention from people.
Giving attention - I give other people enough attention.
Belonging - I am involved in groups outside my home life.
Achievement - I have a sense of achievement at the end of the day.
Meaning - I feel my life is meaningful.
Emotions - I feel that I am able to manage my emotions.
Thinking - I am able to think clearly and calmly.
Physical health - I feel I have control over my physical health.
Safety - I feel secure (physically, emotionally, financially).
Free from worry - I am able to be free from worry and anxiety.
Control - I feel I have control over what happens to me and around me.
Respect - I feel appreciated, valued, and respected.
Example second level questions
If someone scores lowest in the Sleeping area, we'll ask them:
'What would help me sleep better and feel more energised in the morning?'
Being able to switch off from worries and fall asleep more easily
Sleep solidly through the night
Get enough sleep
In the Emotions area we ask them:
'What would help me manage my emotions better?'
Understand better what creates unhelpful emotions in me
Learn simple techniques to calm myself
Know my emotional needs and ensure that they get met
And if people identify they simply don't feel in Control, we'll ask:
'What would help me feel more in control?'
Have more say in things impacting me
Focus more on those things that I have control over
Set clearer personal boundaries