Employees feel most engaged when their contributions are recognized and rewarded. Our philosophy of Karma makes it easier to quantitatively measure and reward the engagement.
Engagement Goals and respective Measurement criteria
Engage Appreciate and Share Feedback Precisely and Timely
Reap the benefit of good Karma!
See how well your employees are engaged and identify turnover risks
Use simple and effective tools like To Do and Project Dashboard to manage work
A perfect platform for employees to share their ideas and creativity at work
Allow employees to monitor their performance and see their efforts earn them rewards
Identify your culture mantra and link it with your employee goals and see them being achieved
No more closed door meetings to review performance.
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Karma is the quantitative measure of the effort, quality and attitude displayed by an employee towards achieving aligned goals. For example the quality of blogs written, the customer feedback, the deals cracked, etc result into certain measurable Karma for your employee
Every goal has a tangible outcome expected. Karma is the measure of that outcome, For example, generating new business through blogs, customer feedback, an awesome sales pitch. All this adds value to your organization and Karma is how you want to reward it!
Before you identify the goals and assigned Karma to measure the engagement, you need to ascertain what is the minimum expected outcome for each goal. This will be your average engagement level expected from an employee and will act as a benchmark to define what will be above average (very good) or awesome
When your employee earns Karma, he/she also earns reward points. While the Karma is an indicator of their performance, Reward Points are the tangible reward that they can earn and spend for their own benefit. The value of reward can be decided based on your organization’s budget for rewarding employees who have been consistent in their delivery