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New ways to find out how your employees feel

A ‘feel-good meter’ Employee surveys: The results are left lying around. The follow-up is insufficient. It’s costly and time-consuming. And according to a recent survey, 1 in 2 managers feel doubtful if their employee surveys yield the results they were expecting. So what can you do instead? How about a ‘feel-good meter’? A ‘feel-good meter’ Company: Finax. Their […]

Mental Health in the Workplace: How Measuring Mood Creates a Healthier Workplace

Mental health in the workplace… how often is that discussed at management meetings? According to this Guardian article, seventy million working days are lost each year due to stress, depression and other mental health conditions in Britain. This costs Britain £70-100bn annually, equivalent to 4.5% of the nation’s GDP. Across the pond, in Canada, in any […]

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 […]

Best Practices for Employee Engagement: Don’t Jump to Conclusions!

  Employee Engagement Best Practices One of the things we keep seeing in our data is that when workplaces are going through changes, whether it’s the possibility of an impending merger or moving offices, employee engagement results can get rocky. This was the case for Levi, a user from Potash Corp. The company is currently facing upcoming […]

Increase Employee Engagement by Communicating the Right Questions

Boost Employee Engagement by Asking the Right Questions How do you ensure that that excitement means employees want to participate in creating a better workplace? Our users have told us that the best and most effective way to increase employee participation is communication. But what and how you communicate can be just as important and help equally […]

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