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Communication during organizational change: Our goal is for you to TALK with your employees

Communication during organizational change is tricky. Because most people already know what the employee mood is like at work. So what’s the problem? It’s not being talked about. Or it’s not being talked about when the managers are around. The challenge you’re facing is to go after this. To get people to open up and start talking about […]

National honesty day: How can honesty in the workplace improve employee morale?

National Honesty Day and Upward Feedback   How can honesty in the workplace improve your mood KPI? And how can the Celpax device help start these honest discussions? Honest discussions in the workplace are imperative to ensuring transparency and that you, as an employee or even as a manager are creating a workplace that creates […]

Nurse Engagement: Respect, Involvement and Empathy. A Nurse Leader’s prescription to 90% green

Today we’re talking nurse engagement at a US hospital:   Nurse Engagement at its finest: …and data backs that she runs an exceptionally good worksite (top 5%). At Celpax we have found an interesting thing in our real-time employee mood data. It’s related to conversations. Our data shows that the workplaces that bounce back up […]

What’s the best work environment?

  What’s the best work environment? What does the best workplace culture look like? And what does that mean for employee happiness, mood and engagement? Recently, I was having a conversation about work environments with a friend who wasn’t feeling great about some changes her workplace was making in the office. In an effort to […]

What matters more: Great work perks.. or great HR?

Great work perks or great HR: What brings most employee happiness? I recently spoke to employees from our user Cosatto. They are a baby goods manufacturer that is consistently awarded as a Great Place to Work in the UK. The Cosatto employees all reinforced the message that happiness was vital to the organization. Looking at some of […]

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