The positive impact of gamification on employees’ vitality, motivation and engagement
Workers in the Netherlands are increasingly realising that working from home is becoming the “new normal”. Even when we are once again able to go to the office, many organisations will elect to use a hybrid working model in which employees can work at home, at the office, or elsewhere. And they would be justified in doing so, because working in a flexible manner offers many advantages. But this approach also has its risks, including mental fatigue, lack of motivation, and decreased job satisfaction. That’s why organisations are massively searching for ways to keep their employees productive and engaged for the long term. Gamification start-up The Cue saw this need and developed the game ”Smart Collaborators – Working from Everywhere Together”.