TaskUs’ Jaspar Weir on the fuel that drives the employee engine

According to Jaspar Weir, co-founder and president of TaskUs.Employee happiness is important because it translates into better quality work, which, in turn, can equal increased customer retention, satisfaction and revenue.

But what makes a happier employee? There seems to be a widespread myth that free lunches and ping pong tables drive employee happiness. Many companies spend a lot of money on frivolous things but still have employee morale and retention issues because those incentives are not meeting employee needs — the ROI is just not there.

You need to align with your employees to understand what is driving them.

Read the full article: Daily Satisfaction: The Fuel To Drive The Employee Engine (Forbes)

June 8th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

TaskUs’ Jaspar Weir on the social impact sniff test

According to Jaspar Weir, co-founder and president of TaskUs, making a social impact needs to pass the sniff test to determine if the “good” work is truly meaningful or just marketing.

“It’s important that your organization is doing good because it means something to you as an individual and a brand. Most importantly, in my opinion, it should matter to your employees. An authentic passion should drive work that a company does to make a positive social impact.

Read the full article: The Social Impact Sniff Test: Is It Meaningful Or Just Marketing? (Forbes)

April 3rd, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

TaskUs is among LABJ’s Fastest Growing Private Companies

TaskUs, the leader in customer experience outsourcing for fast-growing internet companies from global contact centers, ranks #9 in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s list of Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Los Angeles county area.

See the full ranking here.

November 14th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , , |

512Tech talks with TaskUs President Jaspar Weir on why the company runs their San Antonio and other company offices from Austin

512Tech sat down with TaskUs’ Bryce Maddock and Jaspar Weir to talk about their operations and their choice to handle them from Austin. So why hire in San Antonio, but lead from Austin?

“A lot of our clients wanted us to have a domestic option for a while. We took the philosophy of what made us successful overseas and brought that to a domestic setting,” said Weir. “It’s been a phenomenal experience so far. Bryce and I moved here to Austin to be part of that, to be closer to the operation and also because we love Austin.”

Read the full article: Why run its San Antonio and other company offices from Austin? TaskUs leader explains (512Tech)

November 9th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , , , |