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What employees don’t tell you, tells you something: Work environment issues

Work Environment and Employee Satisfaction If employees are not participating, they’re still kind of giving you a response to how they feel about your work environment, and employee satisfaction. We recently spoke to Aaron, of JUX Law Firm. A law office based in Minneapolis, U.S.A. that has installed the Celpax device to measure employee morale. […]

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’ […]

Why Happy Employees Means a Better Workplace

Happy employees are productive employees May is Mental Health Month in the United States which gives us the opportunity to reflect on…   Why happy and healthy employees create better workplaces. According to Mental Health America, 70% of those currently employed are looking for other jobs.  It certainly doesn’t sound like many people are happy […]

Increase Employee Engagement by Communicating the Right Questions

Boost Employee Engagement by Asking the Right Questions Don’t just talk- communicate by asking the right questions that get and keep employees excited! Getting your first free Celpax device is exciting! In fact, because of that excitement, we usually see a huge spike in pulses for the first few days. We get it! Pressing buttons is […]

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