Top tips when taking our Wellbeing Assessment

Our wellbeing assessment takes around 15 minutes to complete, whilst our CARE survey takes less than 2 minutes.


Unlike many other assessments you can have peace of mind knowing that all responses are completely anonymous – this is to ensure the accuracy and authenticity of the data is of the highest standard. Also be assured that when compiling executive summaries, we have an additional step to ensure departments with low numbers of employees are not specified, further ensuring your identity will not be able to be recognised.

Here are some tips to consider before you start.

  1. Ensure you have allocated plenty of time to complete the survey – if needed block 30 minutes in your diary to allow you time to locate and complete the assessment in one sitting.

  2. Do not over think the question – once you understand what the question is asking answer swiftly and move to the next question – our assessment is designed to ask similar questions from slightly different angles. Our algorithm then utilises data analytics to extract relevant, consistent answers.

  3. Remember if your organisation is unable to hear and understand what is really happening the subsequent actions will not be as relevant – so you owe it to yourself and your colleagues to answer as honestly as possible.

  4. In future your employer may wish to review trends throughout the year either on the entire data set or specific portions – so if you are asked to retake the survey in the future, please do take the time again so that we can help run trending reports.


To provide your input, simply request a login to the Health of Business site using your work or business email address. This will be verified to ensure your organisation has subscribed to the service and a confirmation email will be issued. Please note to activate your account you must verify your email address. The relevant services that you've been subscribed to will automatically be assigned to your user profile. 

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