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Category Archives: Employee Engagement

Get feedback with simple smiley faces

Simple! Feedback smiley faces   The Celpax is a device that hangs at the exit door. When employees leave for the day they answer “How was your day?” by pressing either the green or red button. After they press, they are shown how their colleagues felt at work that day. The long term results of this daily habit […]

This Simple Compliment Can Help Improve Employee Morale

March 1st is World Compliment Day. So here’s one from us to you – you’ve done an awesome job by installing Celpax and by pressing those buttons! If you’ve recently joined Celpax, you may have just received an email from us with a simple suggestion for increasing employee morale . If you’re well into your […]

Add Employee Morale to your Weekly Balanced Scorecard

Got a balanced scorecard for measuring company performance? Do you use a balanced scorecard? Employee Morale has traditionally been measured through a yearly employee survey. Meanwhile, other Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) like EBITDA, revenue and customer ratings are considered so important they are analyzed on a daily basis.  Hang on, how is our employee morale doing lately? Yup. […]

Employee Engagement Idea: Easy way to bring back conversations

A Simple Employee Engagement Idea (that we love) Bring back conversations in the workplace with this simple employee engagement idea. Looking for an easy employee engagement idea? We found a quick way to involve staff in the workplace and start creating conversations around happiness and mood- not just between management but also employees themselves. In […]

Best Practices for Employee Engagement: Don’t Jump to Conclusions!

Employee Engagement Best Practices We copy Employee Engagement Best Practices from our users. Today’s tip is to uncover what’s really going on, don’t just jump to conclusions! One of the things we keep seeing in our data is that when workplaces are going through changes, whether it’s the possibility of an impending merger or moving offices, employee […]

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