Workplace Environment Assessment

How healthy is your workplace?

You may think your current organization operates seamlessly, or you may feel it has many issues. You may experience or even observe things that give you pause. Yet, much as you wouldn’t try to determine the health of a patient through mere observation, you should not attempt to gauge the health of your work environment based on observation and opinion. Often, there are issues you perceive as problems that others do not; similarly, issues may run much deeper than leadership recognizes.

There are many factors and measures that may impact organizational health. Among these is civility. While an organization can institute policies designed to promote such things as civility, how can it be sure these are managed effectively? In this Discussion, you will examine the use of tools in measuring workplace civility.

To Prepare:

  • Review the Resources and examine the Clark Healthy Workplace Inventory, found on page 20 of Clark (2015).
  • Review and complete the Work Environment Assessment Template in the Resources.

By Day 3 of Week 7

Post a brief description of the results of your Work Environment Assessment. Based on the results, how civil is your workplace? Explain why your workplace is or is not civil. Then, describe a situation where you have experienced incivility in the workplace. How was this addressed? Be specific and provide examples.

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Work Environment Assessment

The work environment of any organization determines its success. Therefore, any organization should aim to satisfy their employees to cope with the changes and evolving situations that they may face in their working environment.

After conducting the work environment assessment at my workplace, the result was a score of 70, which indicates that my work environment is close to healthy. This is because my workplace provides a good working environment that satisfies employees’ needs. This, in turn, increases efficiency, commitment, effectiveness, and productivity. Based on the results, my workplace is averagely civil. First, there is the aspect of effective teamwork where all employees work together towards achieving the organizations’ goal (Bolin & Olofsdotter, 2019). All employees are treated as valuable assets, and their efforts and achievements are recognized band rewarded. There is also a high degree of employee satisfaction because they feel engaged in strategic decision-making, which boosts their morale, enhancing productivity and efficiency (Voordt & Jensen, 2021). Finally, employees are also expected to treat each other with empathy, respect, and tolerance, which significantly contribute to the civilization of the workplace.

Several situations have proven that my workplace is civil. Recently, a change needed to be implemented to help improve quality care. The management team organized training to communicate the significance of the initiative, and the role required from each employee was clearly defined. This was essential to help employees cope with the change, and it demonstrated that the management valued their employees (Voordt & Jensen, 2021). The administration organized several teams where each team had a role to play towards the initiative. There was an award for the most effective and productive team: this promoted teamwork, effectiveness, efficiency, and a competitive work environment.



Bolin, M., & Olofsdotter, G. (2019). Bringing Organizations Back in: Going from Healthy Work to Healthy Workplaces. Nordic Journal Of Working Life Studies.

Voordt, T., & Jensen, P. (2021). The impact of healthy workplaces on employee satisfaction, productivity and costs. Journal Of Corporate Real Estateahead-of-print(ahead-of-print).