STIMMUGSBAROMETER voting starts in a few days
he survey traditionally used to measure employee satisfaction in the VW Group will start again on 4 October. Until 24 October, employees can give the carmaker feedback and share their views on various aspects of their work life. Further information on the survey will be available through leaflets, which all employees eligible to vote will receive by the end of September. In these leaflets, they will find the wording of all the questions and further details on the voting.
For employees without access to work computers, voting stations will be set up at all three production plants throughout the survey period. They will be available for voting during business hours from Monday to Friday. The exact location of the individual stations can be found on the survey page on the ŠKODA Space portal or by contacting your direct supervisor. At the voting stations, trained staff will help you simply log in to the ŠKODA Space portal and enter the application with one click. All you need to vote at the voting station is your personal MFA card. However, you can also vote from home; again, via a link available on the ŠKODA Space homepage. ED
How can I vote?
Use ŠKODA Space to enter the survey.
From home, you can access the network by using your username (formerly DZC) and employee password (formerly LDAP).
Access the Stimmungsbarometer application by clicking on:
The banner on the ŠKODA Space homepage
The survey icon in the Favourite Applications tile menu or by selecting Stimmungsbarometer on the My Application menu.
How do I reset my employee (formerly LDAP) password?
You only need to have a contact e-mail address entered via the KOMPAS system with your HR manager or direct supervisor. They will also advise you on how to enter your e-mail in the system. If you have not provided this contact information, follow the instructions specified in the I don’t have a contact e-mail section.
When logging in to ŠKODA Space, select the Forgot Password? section.
Enter your username and copy the authentication code from the screen.
A link will be sent to your contact e-mail address to set a new employee password.
I don’t have a contact e-mail
Enter your contact e-mail with your HR manager or direct supervisor. Then go to the How Do I reset my employee (formerly LDAP) password section.
Visit a voting location and bring your personal MFA card for verification. When logging in by using the assisted login, select the change your password option.
Write down your changed or newly created password.
At home, enter your username and changed employee password and vote.
Easy network access
Get used to the terms User Name and Employee Password when entering the digital world of ŠKODA AUTO
rom 1 October, the login terminology will be simplified for all ŠKODA AUTO employees. “Our reason for this change was obvious: If employees didn’t know how to log in or found it complicated to do so, they didn’t use the digital services”, says Martin Šedivý from SB/4 – Digitisation and HR System Support. Now, a regular user will need a username (formerly DZC) and an employee password (formerly LDAP password) to log in. These details are sufficient to log in to a substantial part of the carmaker’s digital world. However, if you want to access sensitive data, it is still necessary to log in with two-factor login (which you are familiar with, for example, from online banking).
At ŠKODA AUTO, you can use your username and employee password to log in to, for example, ŠKODA Space to find the information you need, look at the lunch menu and find out what the company’s next strategy is. However, if you want to change the number of the account where your salary is sent, you will need further verification. This remains the same and is authenticated by SMS, PKI, RSA token etc. If you use a company computer for work, the computer password would still be used to log in. “These changes will be accompanied by an explanatory communication campaign, especially to direct area employees, on how to set passwords, what to remember and how to change the settings. We’re also working on the option of logging in to the digital world of ŠKODA AUTO by using a personal number or computer password, as well as other changes. All of this has the aim of making it as easy as possible for employees to access the information that they need while maintaining the necessary standard of company security”, adds Šedivý. ED