Implementation of Woba as an employee retention platform – What does it require?

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You have already recognized that working with well-being and the working environment is definitely important for your company.

Keeping up to date with your employees and continuously taking the pulse of well-being will be your most important means of being a well-functioning company with satisfied employees – who do not fall ill with stress or leave you in favor of the competitor.

Well. Important realization. Then you are that far.

But now you have to research the market and find the best provider – and not least the most optimal match for you and your company.

In this phase, ask yourself the following:

 

– What do we want to achieve with the platform?
– Should it be digital and dynamic?
– How much time do you want to spend on well-being work yourself?
– How much should employees be involved?
– Should the platform offer action plans built on valid research?

 

When you have asked yourself these questions – and not least the answer to them, well then it is just starting to probe the market for providers who have just the right solution for you and your company.

Implementation of Woba

When you have come to the realization that your platform must be digital, dynamic, intuitive, intelligent and in a beautiful design, then it may be Woba.io that you are left with.

And then new questions arise – quite naturally.

A question we often get asked at Woba – and something that I’m sure you’ve wondered a time or two as well, is the following:

‘What does it require of me, as a customer, to implement Woba?’

And it is an important question, because time costs money – and of course it is something that you need to know in advance, before starting a well-functioning collaboration.

 

Book a demo
To learn more about Woba.io, the platform and in particular whether we are a good match, we offer a free 30-minute review of Woba. It will be one of our advisors who will present the demo to you – and it will most often take place online.
In addition to showing you the platform, we will ask about the company, needs and visions. We listen to which organization you are and adapt from there which package solution you need and set a price.

 

Contract
The contract is sent by agreement with you, you go through it and we correct it together – and it is signed.

 

Onboarding
Onboarding based on an information meeting with your associated Customer Success Manager. Most often takes place online.

 

Delivery of material
To make the implementation easy and manageable, we make sure that everything is uploaded and started in the platform. The only thing this step requires is that you provide material for uploading – and that is the names and email addresses of your employees as well as the organizational structure itself. The sooner this material is delivered to us, the sooner you can get started.

 

Good to GO!
Now you are ready to run the first measurement. You choose from either our standardized question frames or your own designed question frames.

 

So no, implementing Woba’s well-being platform will not cost you oceans of time.

In the further process, your Customer Success Manager/Working Environment Advisor will follow all your measurements and provide reporting, so that you are never in doubt as to how to approach the results and how to ensure efficiency in connection with the link between the measurements and optimization of employee well-being.

It will undoubtedly be your strongest tool in future well-being work – and will ensure that you are dynamic and constantly up to date with your employees’ job satisfaction and satisfaction.

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