1. In the dashboards you see definitions of the topics. It is important to keep these definitions in mind. Then you have a better understanding of what was measured.
  2. All subjects (unless otherwise stated) are measured on a five-point scale. This means that 5 answers were possible and a minimum score of 1 and a maximum of 5 can be achieved.
  3. For groups above 50 people, we see differences of 0.3 or more as relevant differences, with smaller groups it is better to use 0.4. Any smaller difference is best judged as an irrelevant difference. The scores do not deviate from each other.
  4. A higher score stands for a positively charged subject for a favorable score (eg high rating) and for a negatively charged subject for an unfavorable score (eg high stress).
  5. View scores together. Which energy sources can be developed to counteract the negative impact of stressors? In the case of a high emotional burden, the support of colleagues is, for example, more relevant than their control space or participation.