Create cross functional teams which span departments, projects or even dynamic groups based on employee status.
Organising Your Workforce
Project based groups
Collate employees for a specific project, message or task, whether they’re contractors or furloughed workers. Groups can be used to send highly targeted communications to your workforce.
Group dynamics are vital to ensuring your workforce has a high level of productivity and morale throughout each working day. Many companies draw together people from different departments to implement programs and project-based work. Team members within your organisation bring expertise from a range of departments. Creating a collective power, the group accomplishes much more than it could have alone. The project groups are becoming more common as they consistently produce outstanding results.
When to implement groups
The key to group success is knowing when to use them. Groups function best when they have ample time to meet, discuss issues and resolve problems. Complex projects and assignments that take time for completion are ideal candidates for group work. Groups are also good for training and educational opportunities, they have the ability to promote behaviour and organisational cultures.
Measuring & Analysing Groups
Scores can be added against different reward group types when setting up the new Reward Group, you can also add value and weighting based on this score. Cluster groups together based on a range of variables, such as:
- Award Points
Dispersing issues with groups
Should issues arise within a group, the likelihood of other employee members holding each other accountable for work done increases. This helps both management, as many problems will be addressed and resolved within the group before they have the chance to elevate to a level in which managers, or employers, need to actively step in.