"Thank you for your energetic and useful session. I think it will change our company." Nikki Evans, HR Director AIT
"Over the next four years, however, we expect corporate email accounts to increase at a faster pace than consumer email accounts."
Food Standards Agency
The Food Standards Agency is an independent Government department set up by an Act of Parliament in 2000 to protect the public's health and consumer interests in relation to food. Emailogic training was delivered in their offices in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Email users wanted to halve time spent on their emails and were often finding it difficult to manage and prioritise their email effectively. They were spending an average of just over 2 hours a day on email and were hoarding an average of 870 emails in their inboxes each.
The Emailogic Solution
After running a successful pilot of the 90 minute Emailogic seminar, the training was delivered to 596 staff during a 5 month period and results measured using pre and post course questionnaires.
The Emailogic pre course questionnaire showed that employees at the FSA took an average 124 minutes to deal with an average of 28 emails every day. After the Emailogic training time spent daily reading, writing and managing emails went down by -25.4 minutes per person every day. Also irrelevant emails received were reduced by -18.5% and inboxes reduced by -43%. Another excellent improvement was a -44.5% reduction in employees accessing their emails on a daily basis.
“It is worthwhile, it will rejuvenate the way in which you use email. So attend, get an email detox and gain inner peace.”
“I picked up a lot of tips and found it really useful to re-consider how I use email.”
“If everyone had Emailogic training I think the time we spend in the office could be a lot more productive.”
The time saved by Food Standards Agency is worth the equivalent of £902,607 for an investment of £26K.
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I believe Emailogic training is the initiative that has made the most direct contribution to efficiency - Ajun Budda,Director of European Human Resources Fellowes