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GTM Payroll Services Offers New Engagement Platform to Local Businesses During Pandemic



To help businesses keep their workforce connected during the pandemic shutdown and after, GTM Payroll Services is offering Mojo Employee Engagement.

Mojo drives the types of communication, collaboration, and behaviors that foster high organizational engagement. It keeps employees fully connected and productive, whether they are working in the office or remotely.

The platform is perfect for employers that want to energize their company culture, increase efficiency and compliance, attract and retain top talent, manage growth, and reward innovation and success. Its gamification elements award points to employees for sharing knowledge, helping co-workers, providing feedback, and giving praise in a fun and interactive environment.

"We've seen a lot of positivity with Mojo," said Guy Maddalone, GTM's Founder and CEO. "Seeing our employees publicly praise each other and connect through Mojo's many features boosts morale and enhances our company culture."

Mojo is integrated with iSolved, GTM's human capital management solution, which stores all employee data in one location. The platform is cloud-based, so it can be accessed 24/7 from anywhere, using a single login.

"Mojo has made it easier for our teams to collaborate, and for our managers to recognize our top performers," said Maddalone. "Employees are sharing feedback and new information, which has helped everyone stay connected."

Mojo is designed to improve the culture and engagement of businesses across all industries, both now and for the future. To help businesses get through the worst of the COVID-19 crisis and make the current situation a little easier on employees, GTM is offering Mojo for free through September 30, 2020 to organizations that sign up for GTM's payroll service.

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