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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 […]

Workplace Communication Tools: Top 5 Questions to Ask Your Employees

Communication In the Workplace can be complicated This is why it’s great to have communication tools, like our 5 questions, to help you jump-start your way to improving workplace satisfaction. If you’ve read any of our Celpax articles, you know how we pass on the message from our users to encourage open workplace communication. They keep telling […]

All staff meeting: I could hardly sit down, yet it was the best I attended

All staff meeting ideas   Some things at work make me happier than others. All staff meetings is among my top moments! I love it when companies get all their colleagues into the same room. All staff employee meetings are a great opportunity to make your company better. I love it when leaders show employees you are there for […]

Agile HR: Measure, Talk, Improve. Repeat!

Agile HR It’s rewarding to see that so many companies understand the benefits of getting a regular pulse on their employee morale. This is the basics of Agile HR. Why? Because if you don’t know what your baseline or current state looks like, how will you know if you’re improving? Once you implement your strategy […]

‘Employees come to tell me why they press red’

Employee engagement best practices: Balanced Scorecard Scott Oremland had finally found a way to get him a daily pulse on employee engagement levels, in order to complement the company’s weekly balanced scorecard. It took him a few minutes to install their wall-mounted device himself next to the time clock, and voila: The Minnesota-based company was […]

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