Tag: employee research (14)
Trade Office - Warsaw
Aleje Jerozolimskie 96
Main Office in Rybnik
ul. Kowalczyka 17
Phone: 32 4221707
Fax: 32 4408564
Phone: 668 300 664
We are pleased to inform you about the participation of our team in the evaluation study on the final product developed within an innovative project implemented by NSZZ Solidarność in partnership with the Department of Psychology of the Institute of Occupational Medicine in Łódź.
Our experts have successfully completed the final product evaluation study within the innovative project, “The impact of improving psychosocial working conditions on the reduction of economic costs in companies undergoing modernization and adaptation processes – a research project.”
We are beginning a new cooperation with the goal of performing a comprehensive analysis of employee satisfaction for ZPUE Holding.
We would like to inform you about the completion of work conducted by our experts, on a free and automatic tool that diagnoses the possibility of occurrence of psychosocial risks at your workplace.
We would like to inform you that our company has started a partnership with Dr. Tomasz Skalski and the Leon Kozminski Academy on a project aimed at supporting management and organizational methods in enterprises.
We are pleased to announce the completion of the UKNF’s staff satisfaction survey, which we launched in December 2014.
On behalf of the largest Polish independent law firm, Domański Zakrzewski Palinka sp. k., we’ve started a research project that consists of a survey of the company’s employees’ competency (360 degree research) and of an employee satisfaction analysis.
We have had the pleasure of working with the Institute of Aviation in terms of providing them with comprehensive employee satisfaction research, to support their ability to meet their academic ambitions.
Another company present on the GPW decided to use our research offer.
This year we begun work with Lear Corporation. We are currently conducting employee satisfaction research within their Polish factories.
All of these aspects are important for an organization to function properly, and any unnoticed problems can lead to a significant reduction in performance, the quality of products or services offered, or the inability to make use of the full extent of the available potential. It is also possible to lose the most talented employees.