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TRACKING THE MOOD OF YOUR EMPLOYEES

How a new wave of real-time, data-driven tech tools can turn a disengaged staff into a passionate one
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FOUR EMPLOYEES TO 250 in less than seven years is the type of growth most entrepreneurs would envy, but it was a management abyss for Assurex Health. “Engagement was so straightforward when we all sat around the same table,” says co-founder and COO Don Wright. “We could jump up on a desk and yell

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