Individual and institutional reports

The PBT provides two types of report. The first is a "diagnosis" report issued to each employee in the organisation. The second is a consolidated report aimed at Risk Prevention Committees and decision makers in the organisation. Together, these represent one of the essential goals of the PBT approach : understanding the situation in order to make decisions and take action.

Creating an effective burnout prevention policy requires active participation and dedication from both employee and employer. The PBT report is the starting point for this process.

Thanks to the PBT’s combined approach for business and dynamic questionnaire, each employee can understand their own level of exposure to burnout risk, and the root causes of that risk. When combined these two factors can place certain individuals under unsustainable stress. Individual reporting plays an important informative and diagnosis role: it paves the way for understanding any potential problems and their root causes, but also ultimately facilitates the preventative support of at-risk individuals via the PBT network of experts.

But identifying the people at risk and supporting them is not enough to combat burnout in the workplace effectively. Management must also have a far reaching and overall awareness in the risks affecting the employees of their organisation. They are often not aware of the sources of the problem, and are therefore unable to take remedial action for the benefit of their workforce. Without concrete, reliable, usable and concise information, risk prevention policies are not adequately tailored to the reality on the ground. The institutional report offered by the PBT responds precisely to this need, while guaranteeing the confidentiality of all employees participating in the test.

Individual reporting

Gaining an understanding

The individual report (also known as the diagnosis), is a report issued to all respondents automatically, instantly and confidentially upon completion of the questionnaire.

It is in PDF format and provides the following information : 

  • Exposure to burnout risk
  • Principal sources of risk
  • Focus on the main factors
  • 10 written recommendations

Institutional reporting

The decision making tool

The report aimed at Risk Prevention Committees and decision makers represents a new factual and reliable basis on which to make the right decisions, specifically tailored to risk factors identified in your organisation. There are several institutional reporting formats, adapted to the needs and size of each client.

 

Silver Reporting

Our “Basic” institutional PBT report, the Silver Report, enables users to identify and gauge overall exposure to burnout risk within an organisation, and to categorise it according to the principal factors. It is suited to medium-sized companies or organisations, which wish to focus only on the risk without breaking information down into additional categories.

It is in PDF format and provides the following information :

  • Overall PBT score - overall exposure to burnout risk
  • Run statistics
  • Overall risk attributed to each of the main risk factors
  • Classification
  • Distribution of risk according to role 
  • Analysis of the sub-factors of the main risks

Gold Reporting

More complete and detailed than the Silver format, the Gold Report enables users to identify and gauge overall exposure to burnout risk and to attribute this to each of the primary and secondary risk factors. These risk factors can then be broken down according to various socio-demographic categories relevant to the organisation (country, city, branch, gender, seniority, etc.). This is suited to larger companies with higher employee numbers.

It is in PDF format and provides the following information :

  • Overall PBT score - overall exposure to burnout risk
  • Run statistics
  • Overall risk attributed to each of the main risk factors
  • Classification
  • Distribution of risk according to role 
  • Complete analysis of all risk sub-factors 
  • Breakdown of the main results into 3 socio-demographic categories relevant to the organisation

 

Data Analytics

With in-depth mapping of the risks and a dynamic data processing tool, PBT Data Analytics is the most comprehensive, sophisticated and customisable option in the PBT range. It provides the HR department and psychosocial Risk Prevention Committee with a virtually limitless dynamic visual processing environment, covering all risks and all socio-demographic categories relevant to the organisation. It is suitable for multinationals whose activities are diverse in terms of sector, structure and/or geographical location, and which have a very high number of employees.

Presented in a dynamic non-static format, unlike the Silver and Gold formats, Data Analytics has very few functional limitations. It does, however, include an automatic locking system as the analysis is so detailed that it endangers the central principal of safeguarding the confidentiality and anonymity of PBT test participants.

Reporting over time

The PBT makes it possible to establish an internal plan for ongoing improvement. Each institutional report leads to the creation of a risk prevention policy, which in turn leads to actions aimed at resolving any potential concerns identified. Successive PBT sessions (at least one per year), therefore make it possible to measure the impact of decisions taken on the overall level of risk. It is also useful to assess the level of risk and its various components over time. From the second session onward, the PBT includes statistical measurements which enable users to compare consecutive sessions and monitor changes to risk over the long term.

The PBT score