Story Time

Visibility · Encouragement · Recognition

Want happier, more productive employees?

The latest employee engagement survey is in, and the results aren't great. Staff are reporting that they feel under-appreciated and unsure of how their work is really contributing.

You've been trying to create a culture that's encouraging and innovative, even putting in place a monetary rewards scheme for high performers or employees of the month. It's helped, but people still seem disengaged or resentful of those that have earned the rewards.

It's hard to attract great talent and even harder to retain it.

Increased motivation, more productivity, higher retention

Imagine if you didn't have to try so hard to get people to connect with their work.They could actively see how they contribute and who is loving their work.

By being recognised, your staff feel valued and are motivated to perform without having to jump through hoops for a bonus or public appraisal. You notice that the work environment takes on a new life, one where people are looking to collaborate and share ideas.

Employee engagement, productivity, and performance are 14 percent higher in organizations with recognition that those without.


Recognition at its core

Story Time exists because it's creators consistently found that any company they worked in had the same fundamental struggle - how to have transparency across a business while having a happy workforce. It’s this experience that sets them apart combined with a genuine belief that work can be a fulfilling endeavour, best shared with others.

Story Time encourages recognition by being transparent about who has contributed what - peers can add reactions in the form of kudos. It provides an avenue to appreciate the work of your colleagues and receive feedback on yours.

Employee feedback mechanism helps employees to know their strengths and weaknesses

International Journal of business and Management

How does a solid recognition system help business?

4 times more likely to improve stock prices
2 times more likely to improve NPS scores
2 times more likely to improve individual performance