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Over the years, employee engagement has proven its success in multiple facets of business operations. According to a Gallup poll, engaged employees are 21% more productive than their less engaged counterparts, 42% are more likely to produce a better quality product or service, and 37% are less likely to call in sick or be absent...
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Over the years, customer satisfaction surveys have become a critical component of auto dealership success. As proven by Gartner Research, companies that actively engage in listening to their customers through feedback, spend 25% less on customer retention than those that don’t. It’s a great opportunity to support your customers and boost your bottom line. ______...
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Employee engagement is an oft-overlooked aspect of business success. We’ve talked a lot on our blog about the financial impact of low employee engagement, which includes turnover costs and lost productivity. In contrast, front-line employees that are invested in the work they do are more likely to bring their A-game every single day. This means...
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Gamification is the practice of introducing elements of game-playing — such as point scoring, rules of play, and friendly competition — for the purposes of engagement, productivity, and motivation. The term was coined in 2002 by a UK-based computer programmer named Nick Pelling, but it was only in 2010 that it gained widespread attention. It...
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