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    Orangetheory

    Decreases Turnover by Creating Culture of Appreciation with Real-time Recognition

    Quantum Workplace's easy-to-use recognition tool is helping Orangetheory keep employees engaged and connected to the company, even through aggressive growth.

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    "We were looking for an engagement tool to keep our employees motivated, engaged, and to reward them. We get all of that from Quantum Workplace, so we love it! It has been a big catalyst in helping us grow our culture at Orangetheory."

    Christine Carr
    Director of People Resources at Orangetheory 

    The Company

    A leader in the franchise fitness industry, Orangetheory prides itself on being more than just a place to get a good workout. Their goal is to help members achieve more out of life, not only inside an Orangetheory studio but also at home, at work, or with family and friends. The same holds true for the company as an employer. Orangetheory knows the importance of providing a work environment that gives employees a healthy work-life balance. 

     

    Size: 251-500

    Industry: Retail

    Solution: Performance

    The Challenge

    With an aggressive growth trajectory, Orangetheory knew they needed to create and maintain a culture where employees felt rewarded, valued, and acknowledged. They wanted employees to see that what they did today had an impact on the company's future – and feel appreciated for their efforts. With their fast-paced work environment, they desired a simple solution for employee recognition that could easily be adopted and inserted into their workflow—a tool where recognition could happen from the top down, as well as peer-to-peer.

    The Solution

    An easy-to-use software that created and accelerated a culture of recognition and appreciation by:

    • Keeping employees motivated and engaged
    • Making employees feel valued
    • Providing a platform for company-wide, public acknowledgement
    • Helping employees see how they fit into the "big picture"