How many employees press the Celpax depends on:
- Is it easy for everyone to press as they finish their shift? Ergonomic tips
- How many exit doors do you have? How many of these have a Celpax? If you have more doors than Celpax devices, you will always get a lower % of participation.
2. The things you do
- How many of your team managers regularly talk with their team, to list Green & Red feedback?
How many "red" things do you fix per month?
How many activities do you do per month to improve morale?
Do you have a rhythm to prioritize employee morale?
Is your top management asking their leaders about their Mood KPI, and what they have found out / are fixing this month?
Our 2 TOP tips to get higher participation!
...and 8 more tips:
Explain why you would like to improve employee morale with their feedback.
Print and hang a poster today next to the Celpax, or send an email to thank people for pressing
Ask random employees what they think makes people press green/red
Show the results on your intranet/ TVs with our API.
Increase manager buy-in by making them admins so they receive the weekly results.
Share our promise that employees are totally anonymous (camera nearby? print our poster!)
Give an update of the Mood KPI and red stuff that has been fixed at the next All-staff meeting
New employees? Show them how it works! Is the Celpax in your employee welcome pack?
So if it matters to you, they press.
Perhaps you are waiting for people to press, but they are waiting for you - it's a downward spiral.
Example of a good installation
Here we see that the ergonomics are good.
Employees press when it's time to leave, as the shift finishes.
The breakdown shows the difference between shifts: