The world of HR variables

There is a common perception that if employees are satisfied, they are automatically committed to the organisation and vice versa.

Nicholas Burman

The importance of employee vitality and well-being

The boundary between work and home has increasingly become blurred. Many employees struggle to adapt and find an appropriate work-life balance.

Suzanne Mancini

Having a fitness program doesn’t make you a sustainable employer

Ageing employees don't just need a fitness program to keep them healthy. Look at continuing professional development, to help keep employees engaged for longer.

Guido Heezen

Workloads in multinationals: a cause for concern?

Research insights reveal that just 46% of employees in multinationals feel they have a good workload. 

Bronwyn Wainwright

What is employee vitality?

Employee vitality is attributed to people who are lively, enthusiastic and spontaneous. In short, vital people are those who feel good, both physically and 

Marlies Pellikaan

Enhancing employee vitality and well-being

Discover the three main areas that organisations can focus on to improve employees’ vitality and well-being.

Rogier van der Werf

The relationship between HR variables

The two basic elements of the Effectory International employee survey are satisfaction and commitment.

Axel Schiphof

Just 65% of employees experience a good work-life balance

Results from our global employee survey reveal that less than two thirds of employees experience a good work-life balance.

Rogier van der Werf


Absenteeism within your organisation relates not only to the vitality of your employees, but also to their motivation and attitude to work.

Nik Penhale Smith