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Category Archives: Employee Retention

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 […]

Black Friday workers: How to avoid a #RedButton day

  Dreading the Black Friday impact on your employees?   Black Friday workers are preparing for a very stressful day: What’s the impact on employee morale?   Our data shows that Black Friday tends to maximize red button feedback at workplaces. As the holiday season goes on, our daily employee morale data tends to show […]

Employee Retention Strategies: Popcorn Day

Simple Employee Retention Strategies It’s 5 am in the morning and Stacy from HR is already at work. But she’s not behind her desk. She’s popping corn! We asked the Celpax community to share their best retention tips and examples to learn from each other: Here’s Stacy Walker, HR Training Coordinator at Koch Foods in Mississippi, USA. She’s sharing how […]

Engage for Success: Using data to improve employee engagement and retention

Have you heard of the UK initiative Engage for Success?   Engage for Success: Employee engagement and retention Engage for Success is a government-backed movement raising the profile of the importance of employee engagement in the UK and abroad. In their post, “Using data to improve engagement and retention”, Luke Rees talks about how employees keep job hopping […]

How Can the Celpax Help with Employer Branding?

Employer branding is increasingly important as services like LinkedIn, Glassdoor and social media platforms become a go-to resource for job searchers.  Are you putting your best foot forward as an employer?  Having an Leadership metrics tool like Celpax provides you with real time employee feedback. You’re able to see how happy your current employees are […]

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