Engaging your workforce should continue throughout an entire employee’s career or time with your company. It shouldn’t be an annual survey or event.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
In June, RevolutionHR announced the launch of their crowd-sourced fundraising campaign on Indiegogo for their new employee engagement software, MaximusLife. MaximusLife is a new whole person, whole life platform that uses an innovative reward system to build a bridge between a company and its employees. Their engagement and career wellness software give employers a new way to set goals for employees and integrates seamlessly with existing wearable technology and popular fitness and lifestyle tracker hardware. Their first launch partner, Misfit Wearables Fitness Tracker, is sold in Best Buy and Apple stores.
The proprietary design of the platform gives business leaders and executives a way to engage employees by focusing on more than just wellness or recognition. In addition to wellness, the platform is also focusing on the career growth and development that so many employees are craving with mobile technology. As a twist on the typical siloed approach, MaximusLife provides both service to individual users focused on career development and wellness as well as options for organizations that are looking for creative ways to empower, retain, and grow their employees.
“Engaging your workforce should continue throughout an entire employee’s career or time with your company. It shouldn’t be an annual survey or event. MaximusLife allows you to continue engaging and focusing on your employee in the most interactive way using their own smartphone and now wearable technology,” says RevolutionHR CEO, Brady Bruner.
RevolutionHR’s engagement software integrates with popular wearable technology products and is the first of its kind. The research firm Gallup estimates that employee engagement is costing US companies upwards of $550 billion annually. Additionally, the Affordable Care Act provides employers incentives and benefits to put engagement programs like MaximusLife into their organizations quickly.
Aside from the obvious reduction in healthcare costs for employers, research that shows those who are physically active are 23% more productive at work.
“It’s mission critical for business leaders when it comes to the state of engagement,” says Bruner. “Our focus is on helping employees, candidates and employers because we all have a vested interest in workplace productivity because it fuels the economy.”
Visit RevolutionHR's crowd-funding page on Indiegogo to learn more about their mission to improve career wellness and employee engagement.
RevolutionHR provides companies with products and services to help their employees grow their careers more effectively -- improving employee engagement, reducing turnover and increasing job satisfaction. Its latest product, MaximusLife, is a new employee-engagement platform that uses an innovative reward system to build a bridge between a company and its employees. Visually exciting, the Maximus Employee Engagement Platform – accessible online or via mobile – brings management of corporate and team goals, individual career growth, and wellness initiatives into one easy-to-use system.