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Gamification as an innovative approach for HR processes

Our work environment is changing year by year and we already know a new generation will take over the workforce by 2020: the Millennials. A generation with different approaches regarding their career and different expectations about their workplace. For the new generation, workplace satisfaction matters more than monetary compensation and they need to find meaning in what they do. They are less likely than previous generations to put up with an unpleasant work environment and much more likely to share with their friends how bad is the work environment of your company. As a HR specialist, we can create that happy environment we all want and deserve, without affecting the work performance. In HR, beside the generational shifts we have to face up a lot of challenges: To attract and retain top talents, in a very competitive market where these are just a few and they also have a lot of expectations; To grow our employee and to develop within them the right capabilities to achieve our business goals, with just the right amount of investment and considering employees don’t usually stay on meaningless processes. To help new employees integrate in our culture and become productive as soon as possible; […] Read More

Millennials dream of a nurturing, enjoyable workplace

Oct 24, 2016 by Game Master Comments: 0 Tags: gamification, gamify, HR, human resources

Mindset & vision – let’s start from here We want to transform the work environment into the place where people are happy, they play and they develop. Why focusing on work environment ?   Work is a big part of our lives. We are under the illusion that we pay with money but I believe everything we pay for, we pay with time. Would you like some candy ? That’s probably several minutes of work. Need an urgent cab to the other part of the city ? Few hours of work it is. Gift for a friend ? That should be around 1 day of work. New clothes ? Let’s approximate that to one week of work. Summer holiday for a week ? That should be around one month of work… for two ? Let’s make it three. And from here numbers become bigger and bigger… wanna buy a car ? An apartment ? Costs of living for a new family member ? The equation is quite simple, you need or want things, you have to work to be able to get them. Well… in most cases. But for these in particular, life makes work a mandatory activity. And, if […] Read More