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Employee Satisfaction survey results: 8 Things to Help You Improve

The Celpax is a people metrics tool that lets you monitor employee satisfaction by asking a simple question daily; “How was your day?”. You are able to take a pulse on employee satisfaction and gauge whether or not employees are satisfied. You measure, talk with your people, improve… and repeat. However, there’s more to your people metrics tool […]

First day as a new manager? How HR finds out if they need to react

First day as a new manager? Some workdays are more eventful than others. It could be the arrival of a new branch manager, the announcement of a merger, or the day you lose a huge sales order. How do your employees react? As our device (which measures employee mood continuously) has established how your people feel […]

3 Steps to Relaunch Your Celpax and Increase Employee Engagement

Increase Employee Engagement With major changes, it’s easy for employee engagement efforts to fall off the radar Workplaces are constantly changing because, after all, employees are humans and not robots! Like DEK Tech’s Agile HR Director put it: “If you’re going through a tough time at home, it will have an effect on your job too. The […]

Increase Productivity with this Lifehack

Today we’re talking Lifehacks: When you increase productivity, it can help you have green button days. Increase Productivity with this Lifehack One of things we hear from employees whose companies have installed the Celpax device is, “I’m happy when I feel productive” or, “I’m happy when I get everything I’ve needed to get done, done”. […]

How our management team changed their mind about People Metrics

Not everyone was as convinced as the VP of HR when she installed mood devices at the exit doors at their service-oriented SME company. In fact, her own management team wasn’t convinced that real-time People Metrics was what the company really needed in order to get back on track. “In the beginning it was hard,” says the VP […]

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