“An ambitious growth strategy requires Woba!”

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Woba & STEP Transport

Happy and satisfied customers – that’s our drive‘.

– This is how STEP Transport begins the cover text on their website. And it is not a completely random motto.

For CEO Stephanie Ørnfeldt and the company have, over the past 12 years, positioned themselves as one of the country’s leading transport companies.

And it’s no accident either.

For STEP Transport, it takes its task seriously and puts the customers first, which gives the company a wealth of happy and satisfied customers.

But, it’s not just the customers…

However, it is not only the customers that STEP Transport puts first on the priority list.

Stephanie Ørnfeldt and STEP Transport have calculated what is first and foremost needed for:

– To create a growing company
– To have happy and satisfied customers
– To create the best branding and employer branding

And it’s… (drumroll!)

… prioritized, strategic and preventive focus on employee well-being and job satisfaction.

 

As Stephanie Ørnfeldt says:

 

We, STEP Transport, have just started step 2 of an ambitious growth strategy, which is why we are fully aware that the most important factor in successfully delivering on the strategy – is an organization that has the desire and ability to win.

 

And the desire and ability to win, which Stephanie mentions here, is inextricably linked to well-being.

Because if you take good care of it and work rigorously, preventively and strategically with it, efficiency, commitment and loyalty will increase significantly.

 

(Photo: Stephanie Ørnfeldt, CEO, STEP Transport)

One step ahead – with Woba

At STEP Transport, they want to be ‘One step ahead’.

And in relation to the implementation of their new growth strategy, Stephanie Ørnfeldt also knows well how to secure the absolute best prerequisites to be one step ahead and reach the goal:

 

… That is why we have allied ourselves with Woba.io – which provides an effective, digital HR platform that provides Step Transport with valuable data, knowledge and targeted tools to optimize our working environment and the well-being of our employees.
In this way, we give ourselves the best conditions to retain and motivate our employees in a sustainable healthy working environment.

 

Stephanie hits the pin on the needle here.

Because if the well-being, efficiency and job satisfaction of the employees is to be ensured, you as a company must work preventively (and be one step ahead) with various risks and problems.

Woba & STEP Transport

 

Woba brings you more than ‘one step ahead’

And here we are exactly where Woba differentiates itself from other smart online systems within HR and well-being.

Woba is an ‘all-in-one’ solution where all types of measurements are gathered in one platform. And when we say all measurements, we mean it.

This applies to the workplace assessment, engagement surveys, pulse measurements, eNPS, MUS, Whistleblower, Onboarding, Exit etc.

You will get direct access to a detailed Risk Map, where all the specific risk areas will become clear – and ready to be handled.

But not only that.

Your Risk Map is followed up by concrete recommendations for action plans, all of which are built on the recognized IGLO model within work and organizational psychology.

So you get direct insight in real time – AND you get specific guidance on what to do with the specific risk areas.

And what does that mean?

This means that you and the company can work preventively, strategically and effectively with employee well-being – and steer clear of dissatisfaction, sick leave and resignations.
– All the heavy parameters that create insecurity, unforeseen problems and, not least, make a big dent in the company’s financial bottom line.

Therefore, collect all surveys at Woba and get the ultimate, strategic Retention tool to ensure happy and satisfied employees…

– exactly as Stephanie and STEP Transport so successfully do.

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Companies now know well that when they invest DKK 1 in the working environment, they get DKK 2 back. Despite this fact, no tools have yet been able to measure this effect.

Woba, on the other hand, gives us access to a comprehensive risk assessment system and thus a long-awaited real-time overview of our customers’ known and unknown risks within the working environment. This helps us to assist with the best possible preventive advice based on current data insights. The Woba system also helps our customers to measure the effect of their implemented action plans on, for example, the level of well-being and sickness absence. In this way, our customers gain new and very concrete knowledge of where their risk areas are, what they should do about them and the effect of their time and efforts

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Willis Towers Watson (WTW) was founded in 1828 and is today a world-leading global advisory and brokerage firm. WTW is driven by a central vision to help their customers identify risks, so that the company can best prevent human losses and at the same time get the best conditions for creating growth and success. In other words – WTW helps clients around the world turn risk into business growth.

 

The Challenges

In June 2018, WTW first contacted Woba. WTW was looking for a digital tool that could give their customers the opportunity to measure the temperature of their risks in the working environment and at the same time give WTW access to a digital overview of their customers’ risk areas. After many months of negotiation, WTW and Woba suddenly found the key and common thread between the two businesses – and it was the statutory Workplace Assessment (APV) that cracked the code:

In English, APV is called ‘Health & Safety Risk Assessment’, and it actually describes much better what it is about – namely a risk assessment of companies’ health and safety status. It also paints a much clearer picture of the APV’s real meaning and how WTW can use Woba’s APV as a risk management tool where they can help their customers prevent the loss of key employees before the damage happens

says Woba’s CEO, Malene Madsen.

 

The Solution

In January 2020, WTW and Woba established a co-branding collaboration. WTW chose to buy a license for Woba’s complete APV system, so that in future they can offer their customers a service that enables them to meet the Norwegian Working Environment Authority’s legal requirements for the APV in an easy and efficient way. The strategic collaboration between WTW and Woba was launched on 9 December and is already live in the Danish companies. Søren Egens Petersen talks here about the importance of the solution for their customers today:

A high level of employee well-being is one of the most important success criteria in any company, and therefore it is absolutely crucial that the management has a good overview of the areas in the company where there is a particular need to make an effort to eliminate dissatisfaction . With Woba, the company not only gets the overview, but also concrete recommendations for what can be done to increase well-being”.

says well-being expert Søren Egens Petersen from Corporate Health at Willis Towers Watson.

 

Solution – powered by Woba

A 100% complete, legally binding system for completing the APV – completely automatically
Industry-specific Health and Safety Risk Assessment questionnaires from the Danish Working Environment Authority for all industries and sectors.

Option to add customized APV questions

Automatic creation process, where the customer can create, plan the APV and set it in motion via 5 steps. There is also the option of personal setup if the customer wishes.

Answering measurements on all devices: PC, tablet and via the Wobas smartphone app.

Employee access to own personal results, scores, well-being development and e-learning tools to promote well-being and the working environment.

Manager access to Woba’s analysis tool (dashboard) with automatic results – both reports and comment analyzes can be viewed and downloaded across the entire company.

Manager access to the real-time Risk Map, where HR and all local managers can identify and act on health and safety risks for sickness absence with a simple login.

Manager access to automatic recommendations for action measures to prevent the APV’s designated risk areas.

Manager access to the action plan module, where HR, AMR and the local manager can upload and follow the effect of the action plans across the entire company over time.

Manager access to Sickness Absence module and Report Injury.

Gives HR, AMR and local managers the data insights to make targeted decisions to prevent workplace injury and absenteeism risks – instead of relying on outdated data and intuition.

Made it easy for WTW’s customers to collect, understand and proactively act on APV risks before the damage happens
Gave WTW access to a holistic and data-driven Risk Assessment System across all their customers in real-time

 

AF Malene Madsen