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MicroSourcing Wins Voice Project's Change Challenge Awards

by: Marie Pearl Martinez

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | Company News |

"MicroSourcing has an excellent process for survey roll-out, results communication and action planning."

This is just one of the positive comments from the judges of the 2018 Change Challenge Awards, where MicroSourcing Philippines was recognized as the winner in the Enterprise Category. MicroSourcing was chosen from a pool of more than 700 teams and organizations that have done repeat surveys with Voice Project.

The Change Challenge Awards recognizes teams and organizations that have achieved the greatest measurable change in work practices and outcomes. Unlike "best employer" awards that only provides a one-off snapshot of static performance and recognizes the same financially healthy organizations, the Change Challenge Awards focuses on the extent of positive change that has been achieved over time.

The Macquarie University, Griffith University, and the Australian Research Council support research for the Change Challenge Awards. This year's esteemed judges include:

Dr. Peter Langford, Director, Voice Project
Susan Henry, Head of People & Culture, Starlight Children's Foundation
Andrew O'Keefe, Director, Hardwired Humans
Mark Wiggins, Professor of Organisational Psychology, Macquarie University

"In a growing economy like the Philippines, the search for talent can get quite competitive. This makes it even more important to be an employer of choice. By realizing our employees are our core asset and taking action to increase employee engagement, we have been able to achieve employee retention rates that are significantly better than our industry. It also makes MicroSourcing a more fun environment at the same time," said MicroSourcing's CEO, Sjoerd Krosse.

Voice Project is the leading provider of employee engagement, 360-degree leadership, and customer service surveys. It began as a research program at Macquarie University that explores the impact of employee and client "voice" on engagement, leadership, and service quality. They have been MicroSourcing's partner in our Annual Employee Engagement Survey since 2013.

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