Driven by data science. Grounded in psychological principles.
We’re helping decision-makers determine the root cause of organisational problems in order to make changes that have real impact.
Unlocking the power of employee feedback through data analytics.
A simplified approach
Workplace Psychosocial Hazard Assessment
Aligned with Australian regulations
The Employee Experience
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. InCheq’s live and/or downloadable reporting provides information and tracking of psychosocial hazards which is an essential element of psychosocial risk management.
A common myth surrounding organisational change is that survey fatigue is driven by the amount and length of surveys deployed. However, research suggests that the number one driver of survey fatigue is actually the employee's perception that the organisation won’t act upon the results, and therefore it’s a waste of their time.
Employees are far more likely to actively participate in future surveys when they understand the purpose and process. If an organisation promotes their commitment to achieving systemic change, and the benefits of employee participation, they can expect a much higher uptake and engagement.
We provide all of our clients with a communications strategy to drive survey engagement, including tips for running a successful survey campaign.
You’ll be able to filter all dynamic data visualisations by department, gender, location, and work type (ie. full-time, part-time etc.)
Mental Injuries, also commonly called Psychological Injuries, are some of the most expensive workers compensation claims. They can cost up to four times more than claims relating to physical injuries. They also result in more time off work than physical injury claims.
Psychological injuries at work can be caused by a range of psychosocial risks. By proactively identifying whether your workforce is experiencing psychosocial risks, you can put preventative measures in place, which will result in a reduction in psychological injuries, and workers compensation claims.