Mystery Job lets employees spend a day experiencing the work of a colleague in another department
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Employees sign up for shadowing as either a “host” or a “learner”. They provide information about their department and position, and state whether they would like to show or learn.
The learners experience a day with their hosts. They shadow the host’s daily routine or perhaps even take on a few tasks. In this way, they learn about the type of work involved in a previously unfamiliar area of the organisation.
With us, your data is always safe: all connections are protected with SSL encryption. Data is exclusively stored and processed on secure servers in Germany. At the start of our relationship with you, we create an individual data protection agreement in line with your requirements – and of course, adhering to regulatory requirements such as the EU GDPR.
Our cloud-based Software-as-a-Service solution means you’re always on the safe side. Continuous operations, regular updates and backups: our developers take care of all possible needs.
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OPTIMISATION OF INTERFACES
Improving communication, making information readily available and making better use of synergies: the enhanced exchange of information via organisational interfaces has a knock-on effect on cooperation. If an HR department is seeking to strategically exploit this effect, Mystery Job can play an important role.
Recruiting externally for management positions often presents a considerable challenge. If an existing employee is able to fill a leadership vacancy, things are often much simpler. In this regard, Mystery Job helps you uncover opportunities for employee development. Usually, you’ll be able to quickly recognise whether an employee is a good fit for a particular role. Unfavourable changes are avoided and human resources are better utilised.