Measure workload

Prevent workload by monitoring

Work stress is occupational disease number 1. Stress-related dropout of employees occurs more often, younger and lasts longer. Increasing workload is the culprit here. By reducing workload and changing how you deal with work pressure, you can combat work stress and burnouts.

Did you know that you can relieve work pressure with happiness at work? That you can already make an impact in 15 seconds a week?


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Reducing workload is a collaboration between employee and employer

Good cooperation between employee and employers is essential to structurally reduce workload. Marco de Zeeuw, advisor at Occupational Health & Safety says: “We see that many providers are committed to continuous monitoring of the health and well-being of staff. Awareness is mainly raised through questionnaires, apps and interventions. This is fully in line with today's vision: the employee is responsible for his own life, development and health, the employer facilitates where he can.

The innovative measuring method of 2DAYSMOOD continues on this vision. Organizations use our tools to monitor personal leadership or stress levels, for example.

This continuous insight allows you to discover where the workload is (too) high in the organization. With additional feedback surveys, you can immediately intervene for a positive, healthy work climate.

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Points to improve!

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Energetic work climate

How does measuring workload help?

"How are you?" "Yes, well ... busy busy. You?" "Me too!" Recognizable? It is important that you know the difference between 'being busy' (positive experience) or 'too busy' (lack of time, stressful experience). Because you want to prevent long-term stress, you have to delve deeper into the experience of workload. What causes workload? Which recurring factors can you positively influence as an employee or employer? And how can you use employee happiness as an energy source? You then ask questions about:

  • Clarity about tasks and roles
  • Autonomy and flexible working hours
  • Recovery time and energy sources

Continuous feedback is also better than a snapshot. This way you can always intervene if workload or stress increases.

More awareness, less absenteeism

You are working on a structural solution!

savings absenteeism + turnover

An average company with 250 employees saves $200,000 annually through happiness

66% less sick leave

Absenteeism decreases by 66% when employees in your organization are engaged

80% decrease in burnouts

Focusing on happiness and well-being in teams leads to 80% fewer burnouts


Work stress data report 2020

Stress peaks and energy sources during Covid

• Data from 3,500 weekly surveys in organizations
• Work stress and work happiness trend graphs
• Stressors and energy resources 2019 vs. 2020

  The anonymous 15 second survey by 2DAYSMOOD made current topics clear to our employees. Topics such as employee happiness, stress and satisfaction have become much more accessible to discuss.
Simon Klop
Managing Partner, YSE
Author & Executive Coach

Measure workload

How does that work?

To get feedback from employees on time, and not when it is already too late, it is smart to measure regularly. An annual employee satisfaction survey provides a lot of, usually outdated, information in one go. So this is not the most efficient and effective tool. 2DAYSMOOD takes a different approach with a quick, simple, recurring survey. In this way you can see scores and trends in relation to workload in real time and over a longer period.


You ask (every week) how employees feel during work and why

15 second check in


You ask whether and what causes them to experience work pressure and stress

Deeper insight into workload


View the weekly report, talk about the work climate

Fast analysis & team action


Monitor the impact of interventions at every organizational level

Measure the effect on work stress

45% increase in productivity

In teams with happy employees, productivity increases by 45%

59% less staff turnover

By paying attention to employee happiness and satisfaction, you will retain talent

50% more motivation

Happy and engaged employees are 50% more motivated to do their work

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Happy employees make happy customers

These (HR) managers use 2DAYSMOOD and make real impact!

How? Our measuring method is the renewed employee survey, because it’s faster, easier and science based. A continuous source of data with which you can improve your (team) culture step-by-step and increase employee happiness. In short, that is profitable for your organization!

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Jan-Herman Hanskamp

HR director, Royal Rotra Group
"2DAYSMOOD is highly valuable, because you gain continuous insight into your company culture, collect targeted feedback and are able to see trends."
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Emma Sluman

Project manager sustainable employability, ProRail
"Since we use 2DAYSMOOD every week, we have more grip on our culture. For instance, the experience of workload and what drives employees."

Rita Blankenberg

HR Business Partner Digital, Municipality Alphen a/d Rijn
“The look and feel is happy and the data is useful. For example, the continuous feedback divided into teams, shows you exactly what you can improve.”
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Robin Gerritsen

Director Recruitment, Tempo-Team (Randstad)
“Firstly the number of happy employees has increased from 66% to 80% in five months. And secondly we continue to see a positive trend!”

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Do you want to increase happiness in your teams? Collect feedback on a specific subject? Monitor stress in real-time? Or do you need a baseline survey to get insight in the drivers of your culture?

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