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

Mental health and productivity in the 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. […]

Three Reasons Why The Workplace Needs a Minister of Happiness

Minister of Happiness Question: Does your happiness in the workplace matter? Another question (and answer honestly): When is the last time someone asked you if you were happy at work? Or when have you asked someone else if they were happy in the workplace? If you can’t think of a recent (or even any time) […]

Employee Mood Meter: One company’s experience

The mood meter in action I helped a large nationalised UK company install a series of mood meters. The organisation has 28,000 employees and the part we worked with was concerned with infrastructure planning and building. In a non-descript office block in Victoria London 300 people toiled in project teams to help deliver improvements for part […]

You can’t force happiness: how 3 LA companies keep employees engaged

How three LA companies keep employees engaged Keeping your employees happy — or keeping them at all— can be a difficult hurdle for many startups and tech companies. In an industry with an unprecedented turnover rate, three LA companies (that are hiring right now) shared their retention strategies as they look to expand their teams. Founded […]

The Celpax device on Forbes

A Strategy For Measuring Employee Happiness …And Acting On The Result The Celpax device to improve employee mood recently got mentioned on Forbes as David Tomas explained how his company has increased their EBITDA by focusing on employee happiness. “Employee well-being is important to us, as reflected in our first core value: admire people. But […]