When it comes to boosting productivity, all the studies show that increasing staff morale – making sure staff feel valued, that their work matters, and that they are fairly treated – is the number one most important step to having a super creative and productive workforce.

At SITOC, we have tools you can integrate into your positive work culture to make these goals easier to achieve:

Business voice in Teams

Enable better flexible working by incorporating your phone system fully into Microsoft Teams. When you no longer have to rely on a physical phone system, you will free your team members and improve customer contact.
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Online Microsoft 365 Training

Staff training not only shows you care, but also increases employee skills and job satisfaction - all proven to increase productivity and boost retention. Let us add clip-training to your staff Teams portal, and you will see the impact.
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Employee monitoring

Gain visibility into employee IT activities, view productivity and identify staff at risk of burnout. Proactively protect company data and issue alerts based on risky activity. Embrace hybrid working without losing touch.
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What you stand to gain:

Positive work-life balance:
Increase in productivity 21%
Properly engaging with employee health and wellbeing:
Increase in productivity 40%
Flexible working:
Increase in retention 89%
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Employees who think they have a positive work-life balance are more productive and dedicated by 21 percent1

One of the largest and most comprehensive surveys on workplace wellbeing in the UK reveals that the UK economy lost £91.9 billion in 2019 as a result of ill-health related absence and presenteeism in the workplace 2

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Businesses that not only prioritise employee health and wellbeing, but also properly consider how they engage employees to improve their mental and physical health, can see productivity increase in their workforce by as much as 40%, which is no insignificant number 2

Businesses that implemented flexible work plans reported an 89 percent retention increase. 1

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According to research by Oxford Economics and Unum, the average cost of turnover per employee (earning £25,000 a year or more) is £30,614. That means if you replace three employees on this wage in one year, the cost of employee turnover will be close to £92,000.3

Contact us to find out how these, or any of a range of solutions, can help you to boost your productivity, today

Here at SITOC, we practice what we preach, only recommending solutions we have used and found to be effecive, easy-to-employ, and beneficial.

Not only that, but we are a happy team. Our excellent, UK-based engineers are friendly, experienced, and really supportive. No query is too small, no task is too much trouble.