Stress is being overwhelmed or unable to cope with mental or emotional pressure.
The Human Axis measures the stress level of your team members by asking them to answer short questions daily.
Psst! It takes at least two weeks of data accumulation before the various Human Axis charts are populated.
- The Metric score section displays the overall participation rate (i.e. 72% according to the screenshot used), while the colour code corresponds to the lowest score for the answers to the questions listed below.
The answers to the questions are on a scale of 1 to 5, scaled to 10 in the interactive graph.
This measure is then converted to a percentage to establish the following colour codes.
Red Indicator - 0 to 49
Yellow indicator - 50 to 69
Green indicator - 70 to 100%
Psst! The participation rate does not influence the colour code. However, having a higher participation rate allows for a better sampling and, therefore, a better perception of the team's feelings.
- The interactive graph on the right side of the page displays the score over time. It can be used, among other things, to measure the impact that a change in your work processes has had on team morale.
- The Questions Asked section at the bottom of the page displays the average score per question. The clickable bubble icon on the right displays the distribution of these responses, i.e. the number of votes for each answer (rating from 1 to 5).
- Are you preoccupied with your work outside of work hours? (On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is very little and 5 is a lot.)
- How would you rate your stress today? (On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is low and 5 is very high.)
- How comfortable are you when facing changes in the project? (On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is uncomfortable and 5 is comfortable.)
- How well do you feel you can complete your tasks and goals on time? (On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is not at all and 5 is a lot.)
|Note: These questions aren't customizable.|