OpenBlend feature in BBC News!
OpenBlend are extremely delighted to be featured in the Technology in Business section of the BBC news this month.
The BBC article discusses high-tech ways in which you can enhance employee’s happiness in the workplace. This also includes a feature of OpenBlend’s research and commentary from our founder Anna Rasmussen.
Our most recent research focused on identifying the link between a manager understanding an individual and attrition/likelihood to leave. In this BBC article, our founder Anna discusses how our findings demonstrate that attrition is a huge problem for businesses, as 84% of millennial’s look to leave their job within the first two years.
“I am delighted that we are featured in such a well-known and respected section of the BBC, which not only allows us to showcase our research but also prove how vital it is that companies adopt better practices when it comes to keeping their employees happy.” says Anna Rasmussen.
A huge congratulations to the team at OpenBlend for conducting the research and we look forward to sharing even more of our findings in the near future.
To read the full BBC article, click here.
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