WorkBuzz Sets Goal to Improve The Working Lives of 1 Million People

Employee engagement consultancy, smith+henderson, has announced that it has completed a rebrand initiative and will now be known as WorkBuzz. To celebrate the occasion, WorkBuzz invited the HR and employee engagement communities to a rebrand launch party held at its new Milton Keynes headquarters.

“When we asked 500+ HR professionals about their biggest challenges, in the State of Employee Engagement 2018 study, only 1 in 2 said they were satisfied with the results from their employee engagement surveys. I can’t think of any other industry in which a similar result would be acceptable,” said WorkBuzz CEO Steven Frost. “Too many organisations rely on annual employee surveys, which can’t keep up with their pace of change or employees’ rising expectations. We launched WorkBuzz to combine market-leading technology with the consultancy expertise that we have developed serving 120+ organisations .”

WorkBuzz enables forward-thinking companies to build great cultures by gaining regular, bite-sized feedback from their people. WorkBuzz then analyses this feedback in real-time and guides managers to make smarter people decisions and retain their best talent.

“We’re keeping the best parts of smith+henderson: the people as well as our flexible approach and expert support,” said Steven Frost. “And we have big plans – we aim to improve the working lives of 1 million people by 2022.”

WorkBuzz is trusted by hundreds of organisations, large and small, including The Royal British Legion, Hanson and O2.

Notes to editors:

WorkBuzz helps forward-thinking companies to build great company cultures by gaining regular, bite-sized feedback from their people. We analyse this feedback in real-time and guide managers to make smarter people decisions and retain their best talent. We bring together the WorkBuzz community to share ideas and best practice and to build the world’s best workplaces.

For more information about WorkBuzz please visit: www.workbuzz.com

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