QWL Approach

The WHO (World Health Organization) defined, in 1994, quality of work life  as being “an individual’s perception of their position in life in the context of the culture and value systems in which they live and in relation to their goals, expectations, standards and concerns. It is a broad ranging concept affected in a complex way by the person’s physical health, psychological state, personal beliefs, social relationships and their relationship to salient features of their environment.”

Our Competitive Advantages

Develop your brand image through your QWL and attract the best talents.
Attract

Develop your brand image through your QWL and attract the best talents.

Retain your best talents by taking into account their requests.
Turnover

Retain your best talents by taking into account their requests.

Engage your coworkers in your collective success.
Commitment

Engage your coworkers in your collective success.

Boost your teams’ efficiency by addressing their physical and mental wellbeing.
Productivity

Boost your teams’ efficiency by addressing their physical and mental wellbeing.

Foster individual and collective fulfilment in a bolstering atmosphere.
Cohesion

Foster individual and collective fulfilment in a bolstering atmosphere.

Reinforce your competitivness with your committed and motivated employees.
Client satisfaction

Reinforce your competitivness with your committed and motivated employees.

Enhance creativity and collective autonomy.
Creativity

Enhance creativity and collective autonomy.

Fight against absenteeism by taking into account your coworkers’ dissatisfaction.
Absenteeism

Fight against absenteeism by taking into account your coworkers’ dissatisfaction.

QWL in Numbers

of companies record productivity gains after implementing QWL tools (SME’s challenges and quality of life at work - Sodexo - 2016)
86%

of companies record productivity gains after implementing QWL tools (SME’s challenges and quality of life at work - Sodexo - 2016)

Committed employees are 2 times less sick, 6 times less absent, 9 times more loyal, 31% more productive and 55% more creative (Harvard/MIT study - 2016)
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Committed employees are 2 times less sick, 6 times less absent, 9 times more loyal, 31% more productive and 55% more creative (Harvard/MIT study - 2016)

Discontent at work costs 12,600 € per employee per year on average (Mozart Consulting/APICIL - 2017)
12,600

Discontent at work costs 12,600 € per employee per year on average (Mozart Consulting/APICIL - 2017)

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