Yes, the Health Service Executive (HSE), the Health & Safety Authority (HSA) and National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) will not have access to individual or organisational data at any stage of the process. Data generated by the survey will be used to establish new scoring benchmarks and gain a greater understanding of psychosocial working conditions within Ireland. Whether administered online or offline, employees complete the questionnaire anonymously and any survey data collected is treated in the strictest confidence.
The data from all participating organisations will be collected and processed independently by wellhub to produce standards for the HSE Work PositiveCI. This will enable organisations using the survey in future to benchmark their performance against sector-specific standards. In addition, the data obtained will provide a valuable and much-needed overview of psychosocial working conditions and employee wellbeing throughout Ireland, which is of great interest from an academic standpoint. All individual and organisational data is collected and treated in the strictest confidence. The Health and Safety Authority or NTMA will not have access to any survey data at any stage of the project.
Yes - the questionnaires may be downloaded and administered in a paper-and-pencil format, where required.
It is not possible to add questions or amend the survey