Want to be happier at work?
In just 10 minutes, happy@work can help you discover what will make you happier and more satisfied at work and show you how to make it happen. If you want to improve your happiness at your current job, want to know if you’re doing the right job, think you’re ready for a change, or just want to know more about yourself at work, happy@work is for you.
All the information you need to be happier.
happy@work shows you exactly where you can be happier at work. You’ll learn:
- The things you value, or are important to you in a working relationship.
- The things you consider your employer does well for you.
- The things that your employer could do better.
- Your current levels of job satisfaction and engagement with your current employer.
- Your risk of leaving your employer over a 1 and 2 year period if nothing is done to address your current issues of concern.
- How you can improve your performance and productivity to drive higher levels of remuneration and career opportunities
- Suggested solutions as to what you and/or your employer can do to improve the working relationship, your levels of job satisfaction and how to make your job more satisfying.
Proven method. Proven solutions.
happy@work is based on more than 10 years of global research, with hundreds of employers and thousands of candidates. It uses 22 targeted questions to establish what is important to you as an employee, what areas of your current role are satisfying you and what can be improved. happy@work breaks down each area for improvement and provides proven strategies to help you make changes - including how to discuss issues with your manager.
Get happier, save lives.
A portion of the proceeds of happy@work go towards life-saving charities. To see which charities happy@ donates to, visit our website www.happyat.me
Disclaimer: While happy@work is based on years of research and a proven method of improving job satisfaction, it is intended as a diagnostic tool and in no event shall the app or its owners be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, lost profits, unemployment, termination) rising out of use of or inability to use happy@work.