We all thrive when being given the opportunity to work with our most trusted peers. In a good company everyone is acutely aware of all the collective intelligence and capability that is available in the form of trusted colleagues, friends, and family.
This intersectional community-powered service enables employees to rate their employers in terms of psychological safety, cultural safety, and inclusiveness for all staff.
Creating good company
Creating and maintaining a safe environment is fundamental for the flourishing of all staff, yet in many organisations cultural safety and psychological safety is still the exception rather than the norm.
Organisations are only able to deliver valuable services to the extent that they can rely on a network of trusted relationships both within the organisation and the wider community that supports and is supported by them. No large organisation can claim to have a genuine commitment to diversity and inclusion if it does not subscribe to independent oversight by marginalised segments of the population.
How does it work for staff?
Staff are invited to submit feedback via an anonymous survey at any point in time.
The core of the Employee Wellbeing / Employer Rating Service is an anonymous assessment of cultural safety and psychological safety. As an employee you can submit feedback on your current and past employers via this psychological safety assessment:
How does it work for employers?
Employers that are committed to providing an inclusive and psychologically safe workplace can register their interest in regular Employee Wellbeing Surveys by submitting an inquiry via the the form below:
Employers are encouraged to enrol in the service, and to run the anonymous psychological and cultural safety survey administered by volunteers from the Design Justice Network and the Autistic Collaboration Trust on an annual or quarterly basis. The survey consists of 16 questions and is sponsored by S23M.
To offer maximum protection to employees, results are made available to employers subject to the limitations described in the service user guide, i.e. the individual anonymous responses are never shared with employers or with any other party.
Download the service user guide
Making the world a safer place for everyone
A healthy workplace culture based on mutual trust and an appreciation of all forms of diversity has profound effects on all aspects of the organisation. Employees who feel safe and appreciated at work are not only more productive and healthy, they are also able to extend greater levels of trust to their colleagues, and are much more likely to share their tacit knowledge, allowing collective intelligence to flourish, resulting in greater levels of confidence and agility in collective decision making.