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NICE Performance Management Solution Boosts Employee Engagement with New Gamification Capabilities
The new release of NICE Performance Management helps organizations focus employees on important performance metrics and reward good work
According to Gallup's report discussing employee engagement, more than 70 percent of American service workers are "not engaged" or "actively disengaged." Gallup defines engaged employees as those who are involved in, enthusiastic about, and committed to their work, and contribute to their organization in a positive manner. The Contact Center Association estimates that each disengaged employee costs their company 46 percent of their pay in lost productivity. Gamification is one way more organizations are addressing waning employee engagement.
Focusing Employees on the Right Behaviors
Expanded gamification capabilities in the new release include:
- The addition of points as a means to recognize performance and achievements, and an in-product marketplace to convert those points into goods and services
- Both individual and team-level challenges so organizations can drive healthy competition and collaborative teamwork
- Simplified back-end administration to make it easier for organizations to design, introduce and measure the impact of gamification challenges
Yochai Rozenblat, President of the NICE Enterprise Group: "Gamification is a powerful tool to drive performance improvements, reward top performers, and lower turnover and training costs. That's why our customers have been quick to adopt these capabilities within NICE Performance Management. We believe that this latest release reinforces our position as the Workforce Optimization market and product leader. We continue to innovate so that companies can foster engaged employees who will get them closer to their customers, and ultimately deliver an exceptional customer experience."
Click here to download the NICE Gamification Playbook, and learn more about how gamification can help engage and motivate employees.
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