How Happiness and Engagement at work were increased in 15 seconds a week!

During a period of 5 months, 8 trainees from the Management Traineeship of Tempo-Team (Randstad Group Netherlands) were challenged to increase happiness at work. With the help of 2DAYSMOOD and our anonymous 15 second survey, they started monitoring how their employees felt at work and why. With realtime insights, weekly reports, and recommended actions from 2DAYSMOOD experts, they reached some interesting results… View the video below to discover them! (The video is in Dutch so don’t forget to turn on your English subtitles).



We thank Tempo-Team for their great effort within this pilot. Read more about the success story and the roadmap towards Employee Happiness at Tempo-Team in this blog.

We are on a mission to create a world in which all organizations thrive through happy employees. Both research and practice have shown that happy and engaged employees consequently lead to higher productivity, better business performance, satisfied customers and sustainable organizational growth. 2DAYSMOOD provides a fun and simple employee engagement tool, urging directors, managers and employees to take accountability for a positive working climate. Our secure and anonymous 15 second survey continuously measures happiness drivers and emotion levels at work. The data is presented in realtime dashboards and weekly reports, included with smart analyses and recommended actions from our HR and Psychology experts.

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