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

Communication during organizational change is tricky. Because most people already know what the employee mood is like at work. So what’s the problem? It’s not being talked about. Or it’s not being talked about when the managers are around. The challenge you’re facing is to go after this. To get people to open up and start talking about […]

A fun way to tap into your employee mood

When it comes to measuring employee mood most leaders think of: A) too many questions and B) slow feedback loops. Is there a fun survey to keep a constant pulse on your organization’s mood? The Celpax is a physical device that hangs at the exit door. It simply asks all employees: How was your day? Coworkers respond by pressing the […]

Get ongoing employee feedback with a kiosk survey

Survey kiosks for employees are gaining popularity:   Survey Kiosks to get Employee Feedback   Are you trying to validate progress towards a high-performance company? Here’s an intro to survey kiosks with emojis. Get real-time data!   Why do companies want to capture employee feedback? Well, in order to improve of course. Creating a better […]

Factory workers: A Simple Formula for Employee Feedback

Happy Factory Workers? Many factory workers and other blue-collar employees don’t have access to computers to fill in surveys or give continuous feedback on how engaged they feel at work. And during COVID, our data show that employee engagement is dropping, worldwide. Asking staff to install a mood app on their personal phone might work for […]

1 mighty engagement question for employees: Why does the Celpax device ask employees the same question (every day)?

Engagement questions for employees A traditional survey with engagement questions for employees can help identify and break down problems that stop your teams from shining at work. And as successful leaders know, unhappy employees mean you’re missing out on operational excellence, performance, innovation, and revenue. The challenge most leaders face after a yearly employee survey is […]

Best Practices for Employee Engagement: Don’t Jump to Conclusions!

Employee Engagement Best Practices One of the things we keep seeing in our data is that when workplaces are going through changes, whether it’s the possibility of an impending merger or moving offices, employee engagement results can get rocky. This was the case for Levi, a user from Potash Corp. The company is currently facing upcoming changes […]

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