First and only system in history capable of locating, detect and monitor psychosocial risks in real time.
Work stress, violence and any other psychosocial disturbance in the workplace are conflicts that concern the authorities and become the responsibility of the employer.
According Forbes: Interest in psychosocial factors in the workplace is not new. Since 1984 there was a mixed report from the International Labor Organization (ILO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) that alluded to the subject. Since then, regulations have been created in countries in Europe (under European Union legislation), Asia and Oceania. In Latin America, Uruguay, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Brazil stand out, and with more emphasis on psychosocial risks, Chile, Peru, Venezuela and Colombia. Mexico has been in line with the trend since 2016.
The problem is no less if we know that, according to the WHO, by 2020 depression will be the leading cause of disability in developing countries, like ours. Addiction to alcohol, tobacco, or syndromes typical of work environments, such as burnout (burnout worker syndrome) or anxiety. Not only that: work stress It can accelerate the onset of conditions such as hypertension or diabetes.
The EmoRisk system is based on the detection of daily emotions of employees when entering and leaving their workplace, providing a daily and monthly report of both emotions as well as entry and exit times, in addition to highlighting daily alerts or significant changes in the emotions and feelings of employees, allowing organizations to identify the factors or sources that generate high levels of risk in employees, avoiding negative effects such as mental health problems, accidents or occupational diseases.
This real-time monitoring and detection allow:
Comply with the legal requirements of your country in the framework of psychosocial risk, avoiding sanctions.
Identify and detect psychosocial factors that require prevention or intervention.
Progressively know the psychosocial conditions of workers, from a broader perspective and human approach.
Better decision making when intervening.
Employee loyalty and sense of belonging.
Absenteeism and staff turnover decrease.
Mitigate in real-time alert cases that generate risks.
Check entry and exit assistance times.
Possibility of including all the demographic variables of the company.
EmoRisk is divided into two parts:
EmoRisk application areas
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