When Andy met Kenny

Over coffee one day, Andy and Kenny realised that they share the same frustration, how to enable employees to perform better, what drives them?

When the objectives and expectations of employees and employers are not aligned, it results in an underperformance on both sides!

They bonded with a common vision; Happy Employees = Happy Employers.

Andy identified a pressing problem where employees were intrinsically not driven to achieve business objectives. He felt that a positive transformation in certain desired behaviours can significantly increase productivity. This led him to study employee engagement as a means to address this issue.

Kenny had approached Andy with a voucher system platform that he was working on that would enable savings to consumers and help promote the services of businesses during the economic downturn. It was a triple win-win situation as it would also greatly benefit our then slowing economy.

Andy thought it is a good idea to incorporate Kenny’s proposal into a flexible benefit management platform for employees. As a means of cultivating and reinforcing desirable employee behaviour as well as a form of recognition of their work, vouchers are given to employees to show appreciation.

Through his study on employee engagement, Andy proposed to use Gamification as a tool to engage employees. Kenny, agreeing, feels that people are the most important asset in an organization.

After several rounds of in-depth discussion and research, Andy and Kenny reached the conclusion that Gamification, with the right framework is a powerful tool for behaviour modification. This, together with a voucher system platform that facilitates rewarding of performance will only enhance any performance management system.

More about Andy…
Andy is very passionate in the field of HR Management. His keen interest in flexible benefits management, performance management and talent retention had him delving more into the area.

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