AQR measures have a sophisticated database capability which enables some evaluation activity to be carried out by the user simply and easily. These include analyses by group, by age, by gender and by managerial level.
AQR researchers can enter the database to access raw data by item if needed. This provides a remarkable capability to carry out validation studies and research where other relevant data is provide in reliable and clean form.
Data can be combined with performance, wellbeing or behavioural data (subject to normal ethical considerations such anonymity) to provide a much higher level of analysis and evaluation, possibly publishable research.
For example, users are often interested in the following:
- Performance: Attainment, Output, Attendance, Time-Keeping
- Wellbeing: Sickness, Attendance, Morale, Bullying,
- Positive Behaviour – volunteering for additional responsibilities or projects, mood (using special questionnaires)
This can be an extremely valuable capability and is available at very competitive rates.