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Measuring employee engagement “Thursdays are our worst day”

Measuring employee engagement has traditionally been a yearly thing. When leaders shift their focus to measuring employee engagement on an ongoing basis, key insights emerge. Especially when line managers take responsibility for acting on the data. Do you reckon your workplace morale is typically lower on a certain day of the week? Call it an […]

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 […]

“Eyebrow-raisingly simple: let employees rate each workday as green or red”

This week we had the pleasure to tweet-meet Stephen Bruington, Learning & Development Strategist, who was kind enough to write about our DailyPulse: “I stumbled on Celpax  today. This concept is eyebrow-raisingly simple: give employees an opportunity to rate each workday as green or red, anonymously. You can’t equate green to good and red to bad because they’re subjective. You can, however, […]

Mood Metrics: Track employee satisfaction

Mood Metrics: How to capture work vibes When you own a company one of the most important things you need to take care of is keeping your team happy, as that is surely crucial. As long as your employees are happy in regards to their duties, the workplace and the salaries, they will surely enjoy it. […]