Skeptics might think of happiness as rainbows and butterflies. But did you know that happiness actually predicts business performance and financial metrics?
By analyzing client data, we learned that bumping a team's happiness half a point results in staff turnover dropping 17.5% and productivity increasing 7.5% in that next quarter.Here's proof
Over the last five years, we've measured happiness in over 9,000 teams and 75,000 employees. As we listened to team and senior leader feedback, the demand to replace our longer surveys with an agile, enjoyable pulse check grew-and so Friday took shape.
Every week, teams receive a handful of questions that take about 2 minutes to answer.
Results are fed to the dashboard anonymously, where everyone can see the happiness KPI. On Monday morning, teams devote 5-10 minutes discussing the results.
Whether you are managing a single team—or measuring The Happiness KPI across multiple teams—behaviour change comes from regular, incremental improvements.
A team of happiness experts who reckon improving work life on a large scale could change the world.
The team is led by statistician Nic Marks. Nobel Prize-Winner Daniel Kahneman once described Nic’s work as a “state of the art wellbeing measurement.”See our team
It feels obvious, doesn’t it? Companies have used simple metrics to measure customer experience (such as the NPS) because complexity is blinding. So now we’re bringing a simple feedback loop to employee experience.Read about our clients
“In a cost-conscious market place, this tool helps leaders and managers to make informed, data-driven decisions about where best to invest their people spend.”
Try Friday for six weeks. Learn first-hand why teams are ditching employee engagement surveys in favor of pulse checks—an enjoyable part of the week that everyone learns from.
Friday, don’t leave it to another day.