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I need to quit my job! How to know when to quit your job

How to know when to quit and leave work By starting a habit to give feedback upon how your day went, many automatically start reflecting over things that might lead to an improved work situation. When you press either button, perhaps you think about all the events throughout your workday that went into this decision. Are […]

Employee Satisfaction survey results: 8 Things to Help You Improve

The Celpax is a people metrics tool that lets you monitor employee satisfaction by asking a simple question daily; “How was your day?”. You are able to take a pulse on employee satisfaction and gauge whether or not employees are satisfied. You measure, talk with your people, improve… and repeat. However, there’s more to your people metrics tool […]

Authentic leadership examples “We involve our staff in everything. They make the right decisions”

Authentic leadership examples: Meet Frida and Magnus   Magnus, their CEO and Frida, HR, recently spoke about their agile transformation in a Podcast over at Swedish Good, Better, Agile: From working agile as part of a team to becoming an agile organisation. They talk about what the journey has been like from an HR perspective, and […]

Increase Employee Engagement by Communicating the Right Questions

Boost Employee Engagement by Asking the Right Questions How do you ensure that that excitement means employees want to participate in creating a better workplace? Our users have told us that the best and most effective way to increase employee participation is communication. But what and how you communicate can be just as important and help equally […]

Negative work environment: “It’s been red for a while, something isn’t good“

A Negative Work Environment: Data “It’s been red for a while, something isn’t good“ The HR Director at a Swedish firm gradually saw a crisis coming, when it suddenly exploded. She knew something was up. She had spotted a negative work environment trend in their daily employee morale data. How? Thanks to the Celpax mood […]

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