Engineering Joy™ in the workplace.

The challenge

Making talent your unfair competitive advantage

Progressive leaders want to attract talented people to their organizations and foster their employability, ultimately a goal for business success.  

“We are getting too many applications but not the right people”
As good as it sounds, you can’t distract your team reviewing all those candidates fairly. You need to attract only the right people, for your culture and business strategies of tomorrow.
“The salary is not competitive, yet we need people”
You need people to run the company, but getting to a competitive salary is not attainable yet. There must be something else that is valuable.
“Our reputation is not helping”
The stories that people tell about your company are not necessarily true or the ones you wish to unfold.
“We are B2B so people do not know us”
People seek to work with exciting products and services but your business model does not reach the masses, so you can’t to hire them.

Warning signs of a new order at work


Engaging cultures increase in unsolicited job applications.



Profit increase at companies that invest in employee experience.

HBR MAR 2017

700B US

Cost of loss in productivity from disengaged employees.


Job seekers say the reputation of an employer is important.


Mission control for a smart and branded culture

We build learning resources that make your decisions smarter to invest in amazing employee experiences, more attractive talent brands, and irresistible cultures

We make talent your competitive advantage

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