Cravety Offers $1 Million in Free Motivator Assessments

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Due to COVID-19 and state “stay-at-home” orders, business leaders must ensure their “new” remote workforces are safe, engaged and productive. In response, Cravety is offering $1 million in free trials of Motivator Remote, a 100% virtual assessment of what keeps employees engaged while working offsite hrtech news.

Motivator Remote identifies and measures intrinsic – or natural – motivation. Based upon 10 key intrinsic motivators, the assessment gives a holistic profile of an organization and its people with actionable intelligence to enhance employee experience.

“Employers want to keep their workforce productive and doing and feeling their best … in good times and bad,” said Cravety Founder & CEO Ed Bodensiek. “Uncovering what truly motivates them is key. At Cravety, we want to do our part and share our expertise during this unprecedented time, which is transforming how we live and work.”

Motivator Remote is a six-minute online assessment that scores every employee’s unique set of intrinsic motivators.  This, in turn, reveals gaps between what ideally motivates them vs. their perception of what they currently receive. Motivator Remote can be customized to an organization’s exact needs and utilized for teams, departments, business divisions and across entire enterprises hrtech.

Free Trials
Cravety is offering free trials of Motivator Remote to the first 30 companies of 100+ employees that register at  Up to 300 individual assessments will be administered within each company. Each employer will receive top-line, customized reporting that identifies motivational gaps within the assessed remote workforce. Closing these gaps is key to fueling greater engagement, productivity and retention. Motivator Remote also includes a built-in ROI calculator.

“Intrinsic motivators unleash a person’s true potential,” says Bodensiek.  “It’s what fuels an employee’s desire to give his or her best, regardless of work location talent management system.”


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