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HR metrics examples: How Vistaprint Launched Their HR Tool

HR metrics examples: Vistaprint Companies like Vistaprint who believe in employee happiness… …usually make sure that the launch of their HR tools is a success. Hence they dedicate time and effort to make sure all team leaders are onboard. Each workplace is unique which means the “best” way to launch the Celpax in each workplace will […]

What employees don’t tell you, tells you something: Work environment issues

Work Environment and Employee Satisfaction We recently spoke to Aaron, of JUX Law Firm. A law office based in Minneapolis, U.S.A. that has installed the Celpax device to measure employee morale. We spoke about how big changes in the law office recently had left the office with a lack of participation. You might have read […]

How to empower employees for Green Button Days

How to empower employees How to empower employees at work comes natural to some (Check out Sven’s Employee Empowerment Techniques) and feels very tricky to others. What does empowering employees look like and how does it effect happiness? Being micromanaged isn’t fun. If you’re like me (or pretty much any other human), the ‘helicopter boss’ […]

5 Ideas to Improve Employee Wellbeing and Be Eco-Friendly at the Same Time

Greener days are here with 5 ways to be more eco-friendly in the office and improve employee well-being. 1.) Offer ‘Work from Home’ Days One of our users, Levi, found that offering the option to work from home helped his team feel more engaged and happier at work. After implementing work from home days in […]

Are you getting a “good” employee participation level? Know where you stand

Worker participation rate   At Celpax we’ve known for a long time that it’s key to fix the “problem” of getting employees to participate when improving your work culture. Many leaders know just how difficult it is to get your colleagues to keep participating. Two years after the Celpax was born, we had leaders who thought it was low to […]

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