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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 […]

How to empower employees for Green Button Days

How to empower employees How to empower employees at work comes natural to some (Check out Sven’s Employee Empowerment Techniques) and feels very tricky to others. What does empowering employees look like and how does it effect happiness? Being micromanaged isn’t fun. If you’re like me (or pretty much any other human), the ‘helicopter boss’ […]

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

Environmentally friendly office ideas 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 […]

“Our HR data showed that social events at work make our employees happy – now we do more!”

HR data: Our social events at work make employees happy– now we do more! As I prepared to write about Quimica Passol where our data had spotted a nice work culture (one of many), I came across a job portal where the Chilean company had just put up a job advert. It surprised me that they […]

Are you getting a “good” employee participation level? Know where you stand

Worker participation rate At Celpax we’ve known for a long time that it’s key to fix the “problem” of getting employees to participate when improving your work culture. Many leaders know just how difficult it is to get your colleagues to keep participating. Two years after the Celpax was born, we had leaders who thought it was low to get […]

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