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The SALUTION questionnaire we use for the employee survey is based on the Munich Employee Health Questionnaire (MEHQ). This is a questionnaire developed and validated by Prof. Dr. Bettina Zweck for the risk assessment of psychological stress (GB Psych). The MEHQ contains all contents that are required for a PRA according to the GDA (German for Gemeinsame Deutsche Arbeitsschutzstrategie). The questionnaire can be used across all industries and has been proven to measure psychological stress in the workplace. According to the psychometric criteria, the MEHQ is currently the best questionnaire for measuring mental stress.

The prediction module has the particularity that it was developed on the basis of longitudinal data. Thus, it can be deduced which current working conditions will have an impact on the state of health, the willingness to change and the stress level of employees in a year’s time, and how exactly. The prediction module as well as the manager module are an extract from the MEHQ. More information on MEHQ can be found at: http://www.mehq.de

Emplyee survey
PRA
Hammer as a symbol of the legal duty of a PRA

Which working conditions have a negative impact on mental stress (psychosocial risk assessment according to § 5 of the German Occupational Health and Safety Act)? What measures should be taken to improve these working conditions (derivation of measures according to § 4 of the German Occupational Health and Safety Act)?

Employee survey prediction module
Glass ball as a symbol for the SALUTION prediction model, which calculates health predictions in addition to PRA

How will health, turnover intention and stress levels develop over the next year? What specific working conditions can and should you address in order to avoid unwanted flukes, productivity losses or sick days?

Employee survey manager module
Geese as a symbol for the manager module

What are the working conditions of your managers and how do the managers themselves assess their suitability and acceptance by their employees? Where can you start to keep your leaders healthy and performing at their best?