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Factory workers: A Simple Formula for Employee Feedback

Factory workers As more companies turn to pulse surveys to check in on their people morale, some workers are left behind by apps and computer based surveys: How can you collect employee feedback from factory workers? Many factory workers and other blue collar employees don’t have access to computers to fill in surveys or give […]

How others launched the Celpax device to their employees

How 8 leaders launched their Celpax device 1. We taped a presentation on the wall Finax put up posters on the walls of the break room so that everyone would understand what it was they were hoping to achieve. “I learnt Change Management at IKEA and thus know how important it is to create awareness […]

New ways to find out how your employees feel

An extract from the Swedish management and business magazine Chef (Manager): 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, one in two managers feel doubtful if their employee surveys yield the results they were expecting. So what can you do instead? Have you […]

Daily Employee Morale and Productivity

  Employee morale and productivity: HR productivity metrics We often get asked how our  daily mood tracker relates to employee morale and productivity. Food manufacturer Dallant has been measuring both on a daily basis since 2012. This is what they found out: Food flavouring company Dallant has measured their daily employee morale and productivity since 2012: “I like […]

Unilever Manufacturing and Innovation: Real-Time Employee Engagement at Kleve (7 months later)

Unilever Manufacturing and innovation: Real-Time Employee Engagement “When we installed our Celpax devices to start acting on our employee engagement in real-time, we decided to use our production meetings to discuss how we are feeling at work”, says Katharina Brinkmann, HR Officer at Unilever Kleve. “We sit down with smaller groups every three weeks.” Together with […]