Well-Being, Work-Related Stress and Survey
We have been conducting Work-Related Stress Risk assessments for more than a decade. These years of in-depth study have led us to the validation of a tool of our own, in compliance with Legislative Decree 81/08, the MOSRQ© (Multifactor Organizational Stress Risk Questionnaire, 2012), validated on a sample of more than 200 companies. We are also able to propose additional and specific levels of analysis depending on the criticalities encountered and/or the populations of interest.
Our extensive knowledge of corporate culture resulting from these assessments enables us to provide climate analyses and projects aimed to improve well-being within organizations. We analyze corporate environments and suggest strategies for communication, recognition and management of citizenship and engagement processes. We propose welfare/well-being and stress reduction plans, with a view to developing trust and commitment.
We work with an organizational approach and in accordance with the existing culture (Schein), in all sectors and on different kinds of population.
We use different tools and techniques to analyze contexts, processes, climate, with reference to psychosocial risks and to the necessary organizational frameworks (M&A, job insecurity…).
We collaborate with the various business functions and identify any problematic issue both in individuals, in professional groups and in the organization as a whole.
Professor Riccardo G. Zuffo is a psychologist and Technical Consultant appointed by the Court of Milan. Sharon Dentali, psychologist and psychotherapist, is Regional Representatives of Workers for Safety. Both have been part of Lombardy Region committee on Work-Related Stress.
Marco Cassarà, Sketch for Summer (Tomb of regerts), 2013
Oil on canvas, 250×200 cm