Get Hppy! makes employee´s happy

Get Hppy! makes employee´s happy

The intimate correlation between employee happiness and productivity is so well observed that it is almost indisputable. Keeping your employees happy is sure to boost their work output, and bolster their loyalty to your company. Employee morale will always be affected by problems that the management doesn't fully appreciate, but getting feedback from the staff into the nature of these problems is notoriously difficult. We all know the intense annoyance of being forced to fill out boring feedback forms at every turn, all too aware that the forms will likely be scrapped with only minimal, if any changes to how things are run. The digital age has long offered pseudo-solutions to this problem, but until now there was no real way to gather useful data about staff morale. An innovative new platform called Hppy is set to change this.

Hppy is a software tool for collecting information about what makes an employee happy or sad on a daily basis. Your workers can access the platform at any point during their working day, giving it an incredible resolution compared to normal feedback forms. This means that problems which employees may see as too trivial to be reported on official-looking feedback forms can all be documented efficiently through Hppy. The platform allows users to inform you of their mood, and to select the reason for a bad mood from a list, as well as providing a full description in order to give you the raw material to make real improvements. What's more, Hppy anonymises employee records, assigning each of them a randomly generated name. This protects employees from fears of honest feedback affecting their employment status, and allows you to feed back to individual employees on their complaints while still protecting their anonymity. Once you've made a change based on the feedback received, a recently added 'Thank you' option also allows your staff to congratulate you on a job well done!
 

Date: 28 October 2015, 15:04 pm
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