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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 […]

Generation Y in the workplace – immediate feedback please!

Generation Y in the workplace – Hello immediate feedback The so-called Generation Y in the workplace has created a demand for greater immediacy at work. The behavioural analysts over at Canvas8 recently published a case study called “Celpax: A measuring Tool for Happier Workplaces”. The case study takes a look at how technology is changing our workplaces in […]

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

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 labeled their […]

What can you do to be happier at work?

“How can I be happier at work?” How can I be happier at work? I know that I’ve asked myself that question before! Stress, overworking even a disagreement with a co-worker can all lead to you feeling unhappy at work. When pressing either red or green at the end of the work day, you make […]

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 […]

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