How Quan can enrich your employee metrics
Which employee metrics do you keep track of (if any)? When you and your team become Quan users, we enrich your current company data with well-being metrics. Together, they paint a detailed picture of what is going on with your most important asset - your people. And we don’t just mean productivity and performance. When you combine Quan well-being data with your HR metrics, you will be able to make better informed decisions towards improving the well-being of your employees, teams, and your organization as a whole.
Here are some metrics that you might be tracking:
- Job satisfaction
- Turnover rates
- Sick leave
- Length of service
If you are tracking any of these, make sure to record them before you start using Quan. Once you start using Quan, you’ll have access to additional well-being metrics (at the team and organizational level) on a quarterly basis, such as:
- Change in stress levels
- Change in burn-out levels
- Change in concentration levels
- And 30 more well-being metrics!
We will review your priority metrics together in our progress meetings after each cycle. This data over time enables you to measure the effectiveness of your well-being investments, providing numerical data to support your conclusions and calculate ROI.
Example case: You hired a coach to improve stress management skills of your employees. Quan will help you make an estimate of how effective this investment was according to the change in the stress levels of your employees in the months following the coaching. You will be able to conclude, for example: an investment of X amount of $ for a team stress coach brought us a Y% improvement in stress levels at work.
By using Quan you are able to track changes and trends in over 30+ metrics regarding your employee well-being and performance!