How are they doing, really?
Understand if your employees feel like they belong, no matter where they work.
Did you know?
70% of culture initiatives fail. Don’t spend money and time on things that don’t work.
53% of remote workers are worried about being left out and unsupported, leaving them at a higher risk for burn-out.
Companies lose $450 – $550 Billion in productivity from disengaged employees… those who have quit but haven’t yet left.
You can’t measure what you can’t see and emotions are hard to measure.
At Feelalytics, we figured out just how to measure emotions.
Quiet Quitting is an opportunity to take action on employee emotional health.
Feelalytics does what no other platform can do – we quantify the emotional state of teams at scale. We provide a psychologically safe, truly anonymous way for employees to express how they feel on a daily basis. And then we roll it up into one single number – the Net Emotion Score (NES) that can provide you with a leading indicator for culture and engagement problems. This gives you a chance to address those issues before they become big, expensive problems.
Managing Workplace Stress
The truth is, we can tell when we’re stressed out. Some of us get irritable. Some of us grind our teeth or clench our back muscles. We eat junk food. We get headaches and have trouble focusing. It might seem like being stressed is counterproductive to taking care of work, and that’s because it is. Stress, and its symptoms, are merely the byproduct of a biological system our bodies created, and we grew out of long ago.
Emotional Intelligence: a Vital Skill Set
Even the very definition of emotional intelligence is not so easily agreed upon. Tina Shweiger recently discussed some of the more vexing issues of roping in a concept such as Emotional Intelligence.
Cultivating Workplace Empathy
Empathy is listening. It is actively listening, and reacting and not interrupting them or telling them what they should do. To be empathic, all you have to do is slow down, and take the time to focus on the speaker and engage with what they are saying. When the speaker feels comfortable enough to express how they are truly feeling without shame or judgment, then they truly feel like they are valued at their job.