75% of production line employees identified insufficient internal communication as a major issue. By installing Pulsetip terminal next to a vending machine and facilitating daily questions for a period of 3 months, 80% of employees indicated that their internal communcation improved. Read the full study here.
Customer service center ran a campaign around the obstacles for productivity. By asking “What is impeding your work the most” the company found out that most of the employees (31%) selected “sleep” ass the main issue. Learn more about futher actions taken and the results achieved.
Laser manufacturing company introduced a new benefit system. To verify that the implementation process is smooth, management used Pulsetip to facilitate a quiz. During the first week of the campaign only 48% answers were correct. Learn more how HR leaders managed to increase the percentage up to 89%.
The paper manufacturing company has been using Pulsetip to ask their employees one safety-related question per day for a period of one month. Management identified 3 topics around safety at the workplace having less than 50% awareness level. Learn more about the actions taken and results achieved by HR leaders.
The Pareto Principle, named after the Italian engineer Vilfredo Pareto who developed the field of microeconomics, is the “law” that 80 percent of negative results are due to 20 percent of the inefficiencies. Identifying the inefficiencies that are making the biggest impact can lead to fast and tremendous improvements in efficiency across your organization.
We know that businesses pour billions in marketing: A/B testing is a must, real-time data driven analytics is continuous. However, it is not the case in HR. Companies still heavily rely on annual employee surveys which could be compared to a person measuring his heart rate in August and buying medication in May next year.
Inefficient on-boarding not only increases the risk of a new-hire leaving the company but also has huge costs in terms of time and productivity for the rest of your workforce.
U.S. businesses lose €10 billion annually due to employee turnover. The same amount would be enough to achieve universal access to water and sanitation for all the developing countries!
Employee absenteeism is a major problem among blue-collar companies, but white-collar companies are also familiar with it. Find out how absenteeism can be reduced, measured, and tracked with technologies available today.
€400-480 billion are lost due to disengaged employees in US alone. Do you know your company’s ROI on employee engagement, retention, and well-being?