You Are Viewing

Category Archives: Continuous improvement

Data Hypothesis testing: Is the mood higher on paydays? No, and yes

Today we’re doing some hypothesis testing:   Hypothesis testing: Is the daily mood higher on paydays? [Manufacturing]     Fact: The Mexican subsidy of Lohmann-Koester measures employee engagement on a daily basis.   Hypothesis testing: Their manufacturing workers get paid every Tuesday. Is employee engagement higher that day?   Today we’ll be doing some hypothesis testing! […]

‘It was amazing to hear laughter in the office again’ – COVID Back to Work Tips

As offices reopen and employees return back to work, it’s time to rebuild morale:   COVID Back To Work Tips   COVID-19 has changed many things at workplaces, worldwide. One thing that has remained a constant is the need to be there for your employees. To show them with actions that you care. It’s in times of trouble that action […]

Healthy Workplaces – European Week for Safety and Health at Work

Ready for the European Week for Safety and Health at Work?   European Week for Safety and Health at Work   What are Europe’s most frequent work-related health problems? The campaign Healthy Workplaces Lighten the Load launched this October. It wants to put a spotlight on the millions of workers who suffer from MSDs: Work-related musculoskeletal disorders. A […]

Continuous Improvement in the Workplace with the Random Act of Happy You Might Be Ignoring

The Random Act of Happy You Might Be Ignoring   Continuous improvement in the workplace means that measuring and improving don’t ever stop.   Or, as we like to put it: Measure Staff Morale. Improve. Repeat! We recently discussed how random acts of happy can help improve employee morale over time. These small ideas can have […]

Workplace Communication Tools: Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Employees

Communication In the Workplace can be complicated This is why it’s great to have communication tools, like our 5 questions, to help you jump-start your way to improving workplace satisfaction. If you’ve read any of our Celpax articles, you know how we pass on the message from our users to encourage open workplace communication. They keep telling […]

Change Management Metrics at McDonald’s China

A few days before McDonald’s China did their SAP training their staff satisfaction was at its highest ever. Two weeks later the mood data reported a drastic change at the back office centre.   “It’s a difficult sell to do change management”, says Philip Shum, Director of Change Management at McDonald’s China. “It’s not measurable”, he […]

A Pulse Survey only works if you’re prepared to listen – and act

  Pulse survey… thinking of starting one?   There is a growing trend of employee morale being assessed frequently and in real-time, via a pulse check survey. There are numerous ways of doing this. What is a pulse survey? Some companies send questions using daily emails, use weekly mobile app surveys or use wall-mounted devices. Other organizations send a SurveyMonkey […]

The Celpax Privacy Guarantee

Is your company about to start improving your workplace with the Celpax device? Perhaps as an employee, you’re wondering if it’s really anonymous? Our business wouldn’t work if employees didn’t press so we, of course, make sure we act in the interest of the employees. Us Celpaxers take privacy seriously. The Celpax device only reports back […]

« Older Posts Newer Posts »