Increase engagement levels, creates the community and environment at work that helps your people to connect better, ramp quicker and stay longer and do their best work.
Engaged employees are those who are involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace. Participation in todays remote workplace so much harder now. The traditional avenues that bring people together are not open to you and the usual ways of doing it are not really effective in the first place... usually the same 20% or so of people... what about the other 80%?
Low participation or falling engagement may be a symptom of employees considering a change. Loads of studies on The Great Resignation suggest 40-60% of employees are considering changing jobs in the next 12 months.
Companies have no problem measuring engagement through the annual survey or even via point solutions such as employee listening tools and pulse checks. Additionally, there are more than enough communication platforms and intranet noticeboards. However, none of these are capable of increasing connection and solving engagement issues that employees experience over the long term.
So, how can you quickly can you make new joiners feel part of their team, get more people involved in fun challenges and learning path-ways that shows the human side of work, forges community and sustains loyalty to the 'tribe' that your people want to feel in today's hybrid workplace? Oh, and more money isn't the answer to an attrition problem!
Our gamified action platform drives individual wellbeing and consolidates team engagement through a platform designed to nurture better behaviours and habits, build connections across the organisation. Better still, you will see monthly insights for team sentiment and energy, be able to align that with action pathways and 'challenges' and then be able measure the positive impact across your organisation via a management dashboard.
Don't let your most important assets just walk out the door!
Ultimately, employees are more likely to be retained in this environment. This is what HBR has to say about it!