Open Elevator Interview with Minal Joshi Jaeckli
A Permanent Solution to Employee Turnover
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming CEO and Founder of Open Elevator Minal Joshi Jaeckli to talk about how their innovative technology solves the employee turnover problem and saves companies thousands of dollars annually.
During this insightful call, Minal reveals the problems with high employee turnover, the benefits of reducing employee turnover, and the technology she helped create that provides clarity around important metrics and pro-active engagement strategies that help prevent employee turnover altogether.
Open Elevator is a revolutionary technology that helps ensure you are never again surprised by an employee suddenly leaving you for another company. It effectively identifies team members who are at-risk of moving on by accurately pinpointing unhappy, disengaged team members early, before they start looking elsewhere for new opportunities.
With that in mind, what if you had access to fast, reliable and accurate data-driven reports that answered the following…
Why are my employees quitting?
Which of my employees are at high risk of quitting?
What can I do to prevent my employees quitting?
What incentives can I offer my employees to encourage them to stay?
Which of my current incentives are a waste of time and money?
Which of my employees are unhappy or disengaged and why?
Which if my employees do and do not work well together, and
How can I maximize productivity and profit?
If this caught your attention, and you’re a business owner looking to reduce your employee turnover, you’ve tried all the old-hat ways to try and build teams that don’t work, and you’ve offered perks that don’t have a measurable impact on employee turnover rates, then make sure to reach out to Open Elevator to see how they can help.
To learn more about the topics discussed, or to contact Minal directly, click the link below.
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