Month: December 2018

Storey Trucking: Anonymous feedback raises voice of female employees in company decisions

Twenty-three percent of Storey Trucking's drivers are women. That figure is significantly higher than the national average. Across the country, 6 percent of truck drivers were female in 2017, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Most of the Alabama-based company's female drivers work in teams with their spouses or significant others. The workload was shared, but the lines of communication with management were not. "Historically, the male team driver would be the primary…


3 benefits of anonymous employee feedback

Your employees are your company's eyes and ears. They see challenges and opportunities firsthand. As a business owner or manager, you want to gain insights from their observations and make data-driven decisions that improve operations and build your business. Unfortunately, learning from your employees can be challenging. There are numerous, often understandable reasons for this. Employees might fear retribution for negative feedback. Maybe an employee is concerned he or she will gain a…


Measuring Worker Retention ROI with WorkHound

When we speak with companies around the country, we always get asked the same question: “How does WorkHound measure success?” Today WorkHound released the most powerful metric to date. We're very excited to deliver "Workers Retained 30 Days After Reveal." This metric shows your successful retention opportunities via WorkHound. Here's how it works: After a worker leaves an anonymous comment, you can request that the worker reveal their identity for a one-on-one conversation. This is an…