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Workplace Communication Tools: Top 6 Questions to Ask Your Employees

Communication In the Workplace can be complicated Whether it’s trying to be open and honest with a manager or employee, or trying to find the time to sit down and put happiness first, workplace communication can be complicated and complex. Which is why it’s great to have communication tools, like these questions, to help you […]

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 […]

Continuous Improvement in the Workplace with the Random Act of Happy You Might Be Ignoring

The Random Act of Happy You Might Be Ignoring Continuous improvement in the workplace means that measuring and improving don’t ever stop. Or, as we like to put it: Measure. Improve. Repeat! We recently discussed how random acts of happy can help improve employee morale over time. These small ideas can have big effects when continuously […]

The Celpax Privacy Guarantee

The Celpax Privacy Policy Is your company about to start improving your workplace with the Celpax device? Perhaps as an employee, you’re wondering if it’s really anonymous? Our business wouldn’t work if employees didn’t press so we, of course, make sure we act in the interest of the employees. Us Celpaxers take privacy seriously. The Celpax device […]

“Our HR data showed that social events at work make our employees happy – now we do more!”

HR data: Our social events at work make employees happy– now we do more! As I prepared to write about Quimica Passol where our data had spotted a nice work culture (one of many), I came across a job portal where the Chilean company had just put up a job advert. It surprised me that they […]

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