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Gather and act on employee feedback in a meaningful way
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Though Brexit is steeped in uncertainty, we are starting to see the real implications for businesses.
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Our perks support your team’s financial, emotional and physical wellbeing, and help their pay cheques go so much further. Whether its freebies and discounts to surprise and delight or salary stretching schemes on life's essentials - with perks you can boost employee wellbeing whilst attracting and locking in top talent.
Avoid getting your most honest company feedback during an employee's exit interview... Introducing Perkbox Insights – a brand new pulse survey tool, designed to empower your HR team with reliable, unbiased data. Gather regular feedback, measure trends, and identify issues before they become a problem.
Employees who find meaning and fulfillment in the eight hours a day spent at work will typically perform better and stick around for longer.
Do dogs help create a more positive, motivational and relaxed company culture, or are we just barking up the wrong tree?