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Celpax: a measuring tool for happier workplaces

Companies closely monitor sales, revenue, and expenditure, but reviews of their employees – the lifeblood of organisations – are often haphazard. Celpax aims to right this through daily check-ins. But is happiness the productivity-boosting elixir it’s been billed as, or a relatively useless metric?

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Companies closely monitor sales, revenue and expenditure, but health checks on the lifeblood of organisations – their employees – are often haphazard. A culture of silence punctuated by dreaded annual appraisals mean that it’s hardly surprising that only 15% are engaged at work. [1] Celpax aims to right this through daily surveys of staff, asking everyone to enter either a red or green face depending on their mood at the end of the day. But is happiness the productivity-boosting elixir it’s been billed as, or a relatively useless metric?

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