Measuring the perceived impact of including people with disabilities at MAPFRE
MAPFRE is a company strongly committed to including people with disabilities into the workforce. They have been working for many years to ensure that people with disabilities have the same employment opportunities as the rest of the world and have a good quality of life.
MAPFRE realizes the importance of asking people with disabilities about their well-being in the workplace and measuring how their company commitment to integration has impacted them. We have developed a method to carry out this measurement. It consists of a survey aimed at our employees with disabilities, in which we analyze 5 aspects of well-being: Interpersonal and social relationships, Material well-being, Physical well-being, Emotional well-being and Professional development.
The survey consists of 12 questions asking employees on a scale from 0 to 10, to what extent has joining MAPFRE improved each of the 5 aspects of their well-being. For each question, if the response is equal to or lower than 6, the survey opens a section to allow the employee to describe what MAPFRE could do to improve their well-being, with the goal of raising the score in the future.
The results of the measurement have been the following:
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS AND SOCIAL INTERACTION: 8,2
My interpersonal relationships have improved (family, friends, partner, etc.): 8,2
I have expanded my social relationships: 8,2
MATERIAL WELL-BEING: 7,8
My financial stability has improved: 7,9
My purchasing power has improved: 7,7
PHYSICAL WELL-BEING: 7,6
My physical health has improved: 7,6
My healthy lifestyle habits have improved (diet, exercise, sleep, etc.): 7,6
EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING 7,9
My emotional well-being has improved: 7,7
I feel more motivated in general, both professionally and personally: 8,1
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: 8,3
My learning opportunities have increased: 8,2
My professional development has improved: 8,2
My tech skills have improved: 8,3
My employability has improved: 8,4
The information obtained in the survey will allow us to develop actions to improve the experience of the employees with disabilities.