Topic-based assessments

This article contains information about the following topic-based assessments:


Working from Home assessment

Statements included in the Working from Home assessment

  1. I feel like I need a day off.
  2. I often feel tired before I start work for the day.
  3. I feel emotionally drained while working.
  4. After work I have enough energy for my personal life.
  5. I feel like I can take personal time off when I need it.
  6. At home, I have a dedicated workspace that I am using.
  7. I am regularly distracted while working from home.
  8. Working from home is causing work and home life to combine in unhealthy ways.
  9. I have sufficient direction for my work each day.
  10. I have freedom to do my job in the best way I see fit.

Open Response Question

What could your manager and/or organization change to help you be healthy and effective while working from home?


Diversity and Inclusion Progress assessment

Statements included in the Diversity & Inclusion Progress assessment

  1. Employees at my organization are treated fairly on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, and age.
  2. Leaders at my organization have made me feel I can approach them regarding issues of fairness, equity, inclusion, and diversity.
  3. My organization is taking action to address issues of fairness, diversity, equity and inclusion.
  4. Diversity and inclusion should be a top priority at my organization.
  5. I would feel comfortable speaking up if I saw unfairness, discrimination, or injustice.
  6. I am comfortable discussing matters of diversity and inclusion with my manager.
  7. My manager has shown a commitment to diversity and inclusion.
  8. My organization would take strict action against discrimination or prejudice.
  9. The people I work with every day respect employees of different races, sexual-orientations, genders, gender identities, and ages.
  10. My organization communicates frequently about its diversity policies and practices.
  11. I'm proud of the progress my organization is making on issues related to fairness, diversity, and inclusion.
  12. People of all backgrounds have a fair chance to be hired and promoted at my company.
  13. On the whole, I feel I am treated fairly and with respect by the people I work with.
  14. I have never witnessed or experienced any form of discrimination or prejudice at my organization.
  15. I consider myself a part of a member of a minority or marginalized group.

Open Response Question

What suggestions do you have to help the company to improve in areas of diversity, inclusion, and fairness?


Burnout Assessment

Statements included in the Burnout Assessment

  1. My work hours rarely interfere with my personal life.
  2. I receive feedback from my manager on a regular basis.
  3. There are career growth opportunities for me at this organization.
  4. I feel that I am able to meet the deadlines set for me at work.
  5. The number of hours I work each week is reasonable.
  6. I get sufficient feedback from my manager about how well I am doing.
  7. I have a promising future with this organization.
  8. I am confident in my ability to handle competing demands at work.
  9. I have adequate time to recover after periods of heavy work.
  10. I am satisfied with how often my manager communicates with me.
  11. Overall I feel this organization is just and fair in the way it treats and rewards employees.
  12. The responsibilities of my job are clear.
  13. I feel like I can take a vacation when I need it.
  14. My manager cares about me as a person.
  15. I am proud of how this organization treats its employees.
  16. Overall, I have a good understanding of what I am supposed to be doing in my job.
  17. I am rarely overwhelmed by pressure at work.
  18. My manager understands what situations create stress for me.
  19. This organization values the work that I do.
  20. It is clear which work responsibilities belong to me versus my colleagues.

Open Response Question

What suggestions do you have for this organization to help prevent or better manage issues related to employee burnout?

Who receives the Burnout assessment?

The Burnout assessment is sent to all active employees in the organization.

How does it work?

  1. Contact our support team if you would like to run the Burnout assessment. You can contact the team by messaging them in the product or by emailing support@15five.com. Our team will add the assessment to your timeline so you can schedule the start date.
  2. Update employee data to prepare for the assessment. The assessment is sent to all employees in your organization. You can make updates to the employee list in the Settings > Employees section of the Insights dashboard or attach a spreadsheet for our team to import. If you have questions, contact our support team at support@15five.com.
  3. On the assessment launch day, employees will receive invitations to take the assessment via email or SMS. The assessment will be open for five business days. Employees that have not responded will get reminders each day.
  4. Once the assessment has closed, responses will be available on the timeline for your organization. Leaders will have access to results for the same groups as the engagement assessment.
  5. Review results and read the feedback employees shared. Results can be filtered to drill down into specific segments. No results will be shown for any segments with fewer than five responses.
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