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Knowing and understanding your Emotional Salary can help you to obtain clarity on how to design and shape the career you have always wanted……
Emotional Salary is the non-financial gains we obtain from working that motivate us, change our perception of work and lead to personal and professional development.
Emotional Salary will be different for each individual. For some, the most important aspect of working may be the opportunity to socialise and make friends at work, whilst for others, this may not be important at all and having the opportunity to become an expert in their chosen field or maximise their creativity will be what they value most.
The ESB is an online tool which measures the Emotional Salary of a working individual (whether employed or freelance). It generates an individual report detailing the Emotional Salary of that individual, together with a plan on how to increase it.
We want to transform the perception of work by supporting individuals and organisations in recognising the importance of Emotional Salary and its profound impact on organisational performance and employee wellbeing.
Answering the Emotional Salary Barometer was a very enlightening experience of my current situation. In the middle of the pandemic period, it makes even more sense to see how my work transcends and contributes to my personal and professional development.
The barometer is a very friendly, approachable, easy to answer and quick measurement tool. Its deliverables are clear and the most important thing is that they reflect your reality in the here and now, along with proposing a brief, executive and achievable action and improvement plan.
Absolutely recommendable and necessary as an instrument to manage in these on-line moments, and to have a 360º view of job satisfaction and evaluate the benefits and emotional/personal gains of our work.
“Wow, this was so spot on! In reading the different factors, and the ‘benefits’ and ‘things to be aware’ of – wow! Very insightful, and relatable. The process itself was easy and enjoyable – didn’t take too long, wasn’t too dense. Now let’s see what I do with it!”