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Communication during organizational change: Our goal is for you to TALK with your employees

Communication during organizational change is tricky. At Celpax our data show that the only way to change your workplace and improve employee morale, is by involving your employees. What we learnt from our users with the highest employee morale is simple: Our goal is for you to talk with your people. If you do an experiment and ask 4 or 5 random […]

Together we can improve our work environment. By pressing green or red we will find a way!

The ideal work environment Nissan has been measuring and improving its work environment with their Celpax device for 55 days. How’s it going? Gabriela Guzman, HR, told us a bit: Our Celpax is right beside our biometric access control terminal, to make it easy for employees to participate. Anonymously and voluntarily! Once the “warm-up” period […]

1100 Days of Real Time Employee Mood – Congrats Zerorez!

Current mood: Green Some new customers ask us whether the Celpax initiative will die out after a few months. One of our favorite companies is having a special day today as they’re celebrating 1100 days of collecting employee mood. Congrats Zerorez Minnesota! The cycle of Measure, Talk, Improve, Repeat, is what keep things running: 3 years of […]

Should I add admins to my Celpax dashboard?

Should I add admins to my Celpax dashboard? A great workplace is everybody’s job. One of our users discovered this when she took it upon herself to help get more green days in the office. She realized that improving at work isn’t about one person pulling everyone else along. Or the HR department doing all the […]

How Does Work-Life Balance Affect Employee Happiness?

Work happiness and unhappiness Think about a tight-rope walker keeping perfect balance. That’s kind of what work-life balance is like! It’s tricky to walk the line between the two worlds. Especially because, as we’ve seen, keeping them entirely separate is impossible. As our users have pointed out, personal lives and work lives are not mutually exclusive; […]

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