Employee Engagement – Personal Wellbeing Everyone wants their team to feel great – why wouldn’t you? Seeing people beaming at you from across the room
Employee feedback is nothing without action. So we track
Pumping out shiny new initiatives without knowing what area of employee engagement needs the most attention is the business equivalent of skipping leg day because the dumbbells look impressive.
Wotter lets you see exactly how your employees are feeling about all the important stuff, in real time, so you can get ahead of the issues and work that gastrocnemius.
(It’s an anatomy joke)
1. Take the Initiative
Send out a survey from our library (or create your own) to do a deep dive into the area of employee engagement that you’ve chosen to target. Get instant feedback and save your friends in HR a good deal of their time.
2. Take Action
It’s a good job your HR team’s freed up for this bit! Take your first whack at boosting engagement in the area of your choice by taking the right action for the job. And don’t worry if it’s not perfect, you can rejig it over time.
Why leave your initiative in its raw form? Have you ever had triple-cooked chips?
Being able to track your initiatives means you can rework them again and again based on how they perform. As times change, so do your employee’s needs, but adapting your initiatives as you go makes it easy to keep up with the world around you.
The Best Bit?
Per User, Per Month.
No Contract Length. No Fuss.
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I applaud Wotter as they continue their research to track the key facets of employee engagement.
But more importantly, it’s helped us understand how our employees are responding to their work, our company, and the wider world at any given moment."
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Receiving negative feedback is never a fun experience. It basically means someone isn’t all that keen on what you’re doing, or something you’ve done. And