Keeping your team engaged by implementing time-saving technologies

The benefits of high employee engagement
Companies with high employee engagement have a competitive edge as they benefit from:1,2


  • Increased productivity and profit

  • Lower absenteeism and staff turnover

  • Increased customer engagement

  • Fewer quality incidents

Achieving high employee engagement requires leaders to:3-6


  • Empower employees to discover their full potential

  • Detect and encourage the most positive capabilities in people

  • Provide development opportunities

  • Allow employees to be in a position of influence

  • Recognise teams for their hard work to create a culture of collaboration

9 ways that your analyser can save time for your team



Good instrument reliability maximises operational time and can lead to higher productivity in the lab with more predictable turnaround times

Automated equipent


Software functionality that facilitates maximum walkaway time and minimises manual work



Automated maintenance functions that reduce the hands on time for the operator

Automated calibration


Automated calibration features that simplify the work for the operators and reduce the number of calibration events overall


Ready-to-use reagents


Ready to use reagents that eliminate the need for preparation and waiting time and help simplify the overall workflow 



Capacity to run a large number of high medical value tests on one consolidated system increases walkaway time and simplifies overall workflow



Smart features that facilitate planning for the day and support uninterrupted operation for longer stretches of time  

Sample check


Automated sample integrity checks that improve the quality of test results




Ability to quickly and efficiently access key information (e.g. time to result and quality assurance data)



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  4. Pignatelli  A and Baudoin C. (2016). Article available  from  [Accessed October 2020]

  5. Rogel C. (2018). Article available  from [Accessed October 2020]

  6. Kappel M. (2018). Article available from [Accessed October 2020]