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Category Archives: HR Metrics

What matters more: Great work perks.. or great HR?

Great work perks or great HR: What brings most employee happiness? I recently spoke to employees from our user Cosatto. They are a baby goods manufacturer that is consistently awarded as a Great Place to Work in the UK. The Cosatto employees all reinforced the message that happiness was vital to the organization. Looking at some of […]

HR Innovation Day – Keynote speaker announcement

  Keynote speaker announcement: HR Innovation Day   Interested in HR innovation? Curious about new trends to work more efficient, be a better leader, creating work happiness, etc? Join us in the beautiful settings of the University of Leipzig, Germany! On June 2nd I’ll be giving a keynote speech around Real Time Employee Morale: Why measure daily?   […]

First day as a new manager? How HR finds out if they need to react

First day as a new manager? Some workdays are more eventful than others. It could be the arrival of a new branch manager, the announcement of a merger, or the day you lose a huge sales order. How do your employees react? As our device (which measures employee mood continuously) has established how your people feel […]

Employee engagement tools: best new tools by HR Magazine

Employee engagement tools by HR Magazine HR Magazine took a look at the hottest Employee engagement tools:  Forget the yearly engagement survey… New technologies means that employee engagement can be a daily, not yearly, occurrence. Continuous Employee Engagement Levels Measuring engagement levels used to mean annual staff surveys and the ability of individual managers to assess how […]

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