Our mission is: to enable organizations - and the people who work within them - to succeed, by becoming the best at what they do and gaining the financial or desired rewards.
Market conditions are rarely easy for most organizations to deal with. Circumstances change, and what worked yesterday may not work today. So, in addition to improving functional performance as one rout to achieving success for our clients, we strive to
accomplish our mission by improving the productivity and welfare of employees.
It is our goal to always go the extra mile to recognize an individual's strengths, unique abilities, and diversity, and from this basis to develop
their potential. Why? Because an organization is its people. It is also the pool of talent and ability that will allow an organization to meet new challenges in the marketplace, now and in the years to come.
Valuing people lies at the heart of our philosophy at Psychonomics. Every employee is
important for their own sake. But when actively improving their working life - through understanding how and why an employee feels, thinks and behaves the way they do - research shows they will contribute more to the organization that cares about them, thereby helping its overall development.
By contrast, in every organization that has a problem whether it is, for example, a failure to communicate between departments,
absenteeism, or an increase in accidents, our experience demonstrates
that there is always someone who knew about the problem, as well as part or all of its cause, but didn't tell anyone else... because they felt no one would care enough to change anything.
We care; it's what we do every day as industrial psychologists, but we also back it up with a systematic approach that rests on state-of-the-art methods and the latest scientific research findings from psychology and other relevant fields.
Whether starting at the individual level with employees or at a more general organizational level with function or structure,
we apply our knowledge to solving problems and finding solutions across a wide range of applied areas. These areas include:
understanding why a company can't seem to keep employees long-term, how to increase levels of production quality, a method to recruit the best people for specific jobs without diverting precious managerial resources, how to help employees achieve a better work-life balance,
or it could be assisting an individual manager or executive achieve their performance goals.
Whatever the problem, though, our mission entails that we work closely with clients to understand their business and the situation they're facing, and then tailor customized solutions to their unique requirements. We accomplish this by transfering our knowledge, building client skills and assisting with implementation. And throughout, our mission also entails that we work with integrity, high professional values, and a total commitment to the needs of our client.