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  1. Keeping your salary system healthy The Salary Thermometer°

  2. The Salary Thermometer Many companies experience that a successful salary system looses effect after some years. Or the employees have changed their views on the system. The Salary Thermometer can help you by taking the temperature of the salary system: How satisfied is the company? How satisfied are the employees? How satisfied are the executives? Has the satisfaction changed?

  3. The Salary Thermometer To get access, you must enter your username and password

  4. The Salary Thermometer If you have not used it before, you must begin by making a company profile

  5. Setting up a Company Profile To get access, the company must be a member of DI.And must have employees working under the Collective Industrial Agreement for hour-paid or the Collective Agreement for Technical and Administrative Salaried Employees. You will need the DI membership number of the company and the password for the DI-homepage.And your own email address at work.

  6. The Menu After you have been granted entry, you can access a series of different functions from the menu.

  7. The Menu

  8. The Menu You can edit the particulars of the company

  9. Particulars of the Company The Salary Thermometer requires 2 representatives of the company. Both an executive and an employee. For at få adgang skal du indtaste dit brugernavn og adgangskode

  10. Particulars of the Company The Salary Thermometer requires 2 representatives of the company. Both an executive and an employee. Each representative chooses a username. The system will then send you the passwords by email

  11. The Menu You can create sections from the menu. This way, surveys can be executed for sections of the company – not necessarily for the company as a whole.

  12. Departments

  13. The Menu From the menu, you can follow the development of active – existing – surveys.

  14. The Menu And naturally, you can set up a new survey

  15. SETTING UP A NEW SURVEY

  16. Setting up a Survey When you select to set up a new survey, you will see this screen. The first step is to name the new survey

  17. Setting up a Survey The Salary Thermometer works with a broad concept of salaries. Here you can combine performance based and skill based salary. When you select to set up a new survey, you will see this screen.

  18. Setting up a Survey When you select to set up a new survey, you will see this screen. The survey can cover the company as a whole or only selected sections

  19. Setting up a Survey When you select to set up a new survey, you will see this screen. Here you can enter the expected number of responses. Later on, you can compare this against the actual number of replies.

  20. Setting up a Survey When you select to set up a new survey, you will see this screen. You must indicate a start- and end date for the survey. This is the time span in which the participants have to complete the questionnaire.

  21. Setting up a Survey When you select to set up a new survey, you will see this screen. If you have not closed the survey when the end date is reached, you will receive an email reminder

  22. Setting up a Survey After completing the survey set-up, you will be directed to ”Active Surveys”

  23. Setting up a Survey After completing the survey set-up, you will be directed to ”Active Surveys”. This is a link to the questionnaire. You can send this link in an email or publish it on your intranet.

  24. Setting up a Survey After completing the survey set-up, you will be directed to ”Active Surveys” As an alternative to the online survey, you can print out the whole questionnaire. Then participants can complete it on paper. And afterwards a person from HR or a shop steward can key it in.

  25. Setting up a Survey After completing the survey set-up, you will be directed to ”Active Surveys” As an alternative to the online survey, you can print out the whole questionnaire. Then participants can complete it on paper. And afterwards a person from HR or a shop steward can key it in.

  26. Setting up a Survey After completing the survey set-up, you will be directed to ”Active Surveys” You can continuously follow the number of responses

  27. Distribution of the Questionnaire If you choose to send the link to the questionnaire in an email, you will find a text for an accompanying letter in the menu under “Materiale”.

  28. FILLING OUT THE QUESTIONNAIRE

  29. Filling out the Questionnaire The questionnaire can be filled out in several different ways: You might have received a link in an email and will complete the online questionnaire. You might have received a link on your intranet and will complete the online questionnaire. You might have received the questionnaire printed on paper.

  30. Filling out the Questionnaire No matter how you complete the questionnaire, your answers will be kept anonymous

  31. The Online Questionnaire No username or password is required for the online questionnaire. Answers are completely anonymous. You can choose between a Danish or an English version of the questionnaire. You must choose which group of employees you belong to

  32. The Online Questionnaire The questionnaire consists of a series of pages with questions. In total you will spend about 20 minutes filling them all out.

  33. The Online Questionnaire The questionnaire consists of a series of pages with questions. In total you will spend about 20 minutes filling them all out. You give your answer by setting a dot in the circle that best fits your opinion

  34. The Online Questionnaire The questionnaire consists of a series of pages with questions. In total you will spend about 20 minutes filling them all out. You give your answer by setting a dot in the circle that best fits your opinion And then you go to the next page

  35. SURVEY RESULTS

  36. Survey Results ”OK then. Is it a good or bad salary system?”

  37. Survey Results When a survey is over, you will have to close it. This is not done automatically. Please observe you cannot reopen a survey once you have closed it. To close a survey, you choose it in the list shown under “Aktive undersøgelser” (Active Surveys) in the menu Click on ”Luk” (Close) to end an active survey and get the results

  38. Survey Results Within the section ”Lukkede undersøgelser” (Closed Surveys), you can access the results Click on ”Se data” (View Data) to view the results

  39. Survey Results The result is shown by using tabs The first tab (“Virksomhed”) gives an overview of the responses within the company

  40. Survey Results The result is shown using tabs The first tab (“Virksomhed”) gives an overview of the responses within the company Here you can choose between the different topics covered by the survey

  41. Survey Results The result is shown using tabs The first tab (“Virksomhed”) gives an overview of the responses within the company Here you can alternate between views covering the different type of employees

  42. Survey Results The result is shown using tabs The first tab "Virksomhed" gives an overview of the responses within the company You can switch between graphical views or results shown in percent

  43. Comparison with other Companies Under the tab ”Industri” (Industry) you can compare your results with other companies using similar salary systems. Your result An average among similar companies

  44. How are we? Under the tab ”Tilfredshed og effekt” (Satisfaction and Effect) you can see the state of your salary system. A salary system is good: - If the employees are satisfied with the system - And the management feels the system have the desired effect

  45. How are we? The figure shows if your salary system is in a good state (the green area), a not-so-good state (red area) or somewhere in between (the yellow areas) This small square indicates the current placement of your company

  46. How are we? The figure shows if your salary system is in a good state (the green area), a not-so-good state (red area) or somewhere in between (the yellow areas) The percentages show the position of companies within the industry

  47. How are we? Next to the figure, you will see how your employees have evaluated some of the most important factors influencing the perception of the salary system. Your position within these factors can indicate an explanation to your position within the green, red or yellow areas.

  48. How are we? Markers above the line show your company Next to the figure, you will see how your employees have evaluated some of the most important factors influencing the perception of the salary system. Your position within these factors can indicate an explanation to your position within the green, red or yellow areas.

  49. How are we? The markers below the line show results from the industry Markers tagged with “ø” show the upper quartile (75%) Marker tagged with “m” show the median (50%) Markers tagged with “n” show the lower quartile (25%) Markers below the line show results among other companies

  50. How are thing evolving? Choose ”Sammenlign data” (Compare data) in the menu to look at the development between several surveys