Technology company improves internal reputation
By Mare Derks | October 18, 2019
At a technology company (84 employees) that had just started with 2DAYSMOOD, the baseline measurement of engagement unfortunately showed very poor results. The company turned out to have an overall eNPS (employee Net Promoter Score) of -28. One department even showed a score of -80 on eNPS, meaning that 80% of their employees were detractors (they would NOT recommend their company as an employer to others)! The director decided that this could no longer go on and that something had to change.
80% of the employees would NOT recommend their company as an employer to others
2DAYSMOOD Added Value
Based on the 2DAYSMOOD baseline measurement results, the director introduced an open-door policy. Everyone was now allowed to just walk into his office whenever, and he made sure that he was more visible and involved in the workplace. In addition, he started having sincere and transparent conversations with his employees. He honestly and openly shared the (unfortunate) results of the baseline measurement with his colleagues in the management team with the message: ‘Something has to change!’
During that year, the director frequently sent out the eNPS survey to see whether there were any positive changes in the organization. After one year, the overall eNPS score was already improved from -28 to -14! The one department that initially scored -80 on eNPS even improved their eNPS score to -11. The 2DAYSMOOD data made it possible to detect low eNPS scores in time and see which teams had the most detractors. With this information the director could take rigorous action right away and create more ambassadors for his organization.