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Category Archives: Measure Employee Morale

5 Ideas to Improve Employee Wellbeing and Be Eco-Friendly at the Same Time

Greener days are here with 5 ways to be more eco-friendly in the office and improve employee well-being. 1.) Offer ‘Work from Home’ Days One of our users, Levi, found that offering the option to work from home helped his team feel more engaged and happier at work. After implementing work from home days in […]

HR Innovation Day – Keynote speaker announcement

  Keynote speaker announcement: HR Innovation Day   Interested in HR innovation? Curious about new trends to work more efficient, be a better leader, creating work happiness, etc? Join us in the beautiful settings of the University of Leipzig, Germany! On June 2nd I’ll be giving a keynote speech around Real Time Employee Morale: Why measure daily?   […]

Employee Engagement Idea: Easy way to bring back conversations

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 world of tweets, DMs and texts that […]

Quick and Easy Idea to Improve Workplace Communication

1 Idea to Improve Workplace Communication With so many people in a workplace, it can be difficult to ensure and improve communication across departments. Or even in the same department for that matter… We always encourage users to talk in the workplace about what makes them press red or green. Our data show that talking about […]

Tea & Talk: improving staff morale in schools

Article from the wellbeing team at South Hampstead High School in the UK regarding improving staff morale in schools: The main purpose of schools is providing an opportunity for children to develop their own capacity for personal achievement and contributing to society as active citizens for democracy. These children are guided through the process by their teachers and […]

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