PRODUCTIVITY

The Case for Getting Employees to Play Games at Work (Infographic)

Gamification apps aren't just for your customers. Employees, too, could use a little friendly competition to stay engaged.
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Gamification is typically thought of as a way to engage consumers, but it's also a way to help employees stay engaged in your company. Gartner, a technology research firm, predicts that more than 70 percent of the Forbes Global 2000 organizations will have at least one gamified application by the end of this year. And for good reason: engaged employees are 87 percent less likely to leave their jobs.  

Column Five created this infographic in collaboration with expense management software provider Concur to illustrate how employee and consumer gamification works in practice.  


Last updated: Jul 30, 2014

LAURA MONTINI | Staff Writer

Laura Montini is a reporter at Inc. She previously covered health care technology for Health 2.0 News and has served as an associate editor at The Health Care Blog. She lives in San Francisco.




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