Employee engagement and wellbeing tool Trickle has partnered with IT and business consulting firm CGI.
CGI will work with Trickle to offer the employee engagement platform to its customers. This will give healthcare organisations richer insight into what matters most to their teams, helping them to retain and attract talent.
The two companies will initially work together to support UK healthcare organisations that want to improve their workplace through better employee engagement. They will then extend their relationship into other areas, including business change and the wider public sector.
Paul Reid, CEO of Trickle, said: “Working with CGI is a great step for Trickle, and will further enhance our reach and credibility in the UK healthcare sector initially, and then beyond.
“The world has moved beyond point-in-time employee surveys. For its people to thrive, everyday engagement must now be at the core of an organisation. Giving employees a voice in an inclusive, transparent and accessible way is now paramount. This is exactly what Trickle does, with the critical step of ensuring everyone is aware of the impact of improvements made as a result of ongoing feedback.”
Lindsay McGranaghan, senior VP consulting services at CGI, said: “Trickle is an innovative and growth-focused start up that has established itself as a disrupter in the Scottish health sector, working with half of Scotland’s regional health boards as well as several health and social care partnerships.
“We have seen the strain those in healthcare particularly have been under over the last two years. Platforms such as Trickle ensure employees can provide regular feedback from the ground up to create positive change.”