Data shows that 73% of workers are not actively engaged in their workplace! Engagement effects productivity, quality, customer satisfaction and overall morale in the workplace. Having employees who are actively engaged creates a culture where individuals take pride in their work and are passionate about the mission, vision and values of the laboratory.
This breakout session will cover the following concepts:
1. The 3 types of employees
2. How to recruit the ‘right’ employees for your laboratory
3. Shared engagement between employees and managers
4. Things that drive engagement
5. Making engagement happen in your laboratory
Led by Cindy Moran, Arkansas Crime Laboratory
The most valuable asset is that it’s a centralized repository. It makes everything incredibly easy to find. It’s very easy to incorporate more things than you would think possible into the one system.
Emily Walter JusticeTrax, Inc.
The number one way Qualtrax has simplified our organization is the document control process. It used to be a manual process with a lot of paper, a lot of chasing people around to have them sign things, and now with the Qualtrax software, it’s just a lot simpler to track the document changes and track that all the documents are going where they’re supposed to be and everybody is trained on them.
Jason Hodges Pinellas County Forensic Laboratory