Every year, TINYpulse sends out our annual TINYawards, a collection of awards based off of data from our app. We look for the happiest employees, the most recognized teams, the most employee-suggestions-turned-wins. With thousands of TINYpulse clients, it's a lot to sort through, but there are always a few that really stand out.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently gave a fascinating interview to fellow CEO Mathias Döpfner, the CEO of publisher Axel Springer. There’s a lot of interesting revelations in the conversation: Bezos’ tendency to butcher quotes, his approach to criticism, his vision to “move all heavy industry off of Earth” (he’s really into space travel). I recommend reading the transcript. Here’s the quote that stuck out to me:
“I get asked about work-life balance all the time. And my view is, that's a debilitating phrase because it implies there's a strict trade-off. And the reality is, if I am happy at home, I come into the office with tremendous energy. And if I am happy at work, I come home with tremendous energy. It actually is a circle; it's not a balance.”
Have you ever wondered why the best places to work always have the highest employee retention rates, top Glassdoor scores, and the happiest employees around? Well, I’ll let you in on a secret: It’s because the leadership teams at these outstanding organizations not only care about their employees, but they also listen to them, and are interested in what they have to say. Now that's a company culture we can get behind!
Here at TINYpulse, we help leaders get a pulse on what is going on in their organization day-to-day. Not only do we use our own product, and formulate best practices around how our own product should be used, we also encourage our customers to do the same.
When it comes to boosting employee happiness, we’re always on the lookout for great tips and advice to share with our readers. The best ideas comes from people who have seen positive change in action. The people who have real stories and real world experience to offer about how they have built a work environment where employees can truly thrive.
It’s Monday morning and you roll into the office, fully caffeinated and brimming with hope of a productive week (ok, I exaggerate-- you’re probably half-asleep and still daydreaming about your weekend). You fire up your computer, give a round of friendly greetings to your colleagues, and turn cheerfully to your calendar to see what the week has in store.
TINYcon is now in its third year. It’s getting bigger, better, and remains a truly unique conference experience. If you need convincing - or approval to attend - here are the top reasons to ensure you attend TINYcon 2018. It's Wednesday, September 12th through Friday, September 14th at the Seattle Marriott Waterfront.
With hundreds of thousands of users on the TINYpulse platform, we see the best side of companies every day. We're always thrilled to have insights into which organizations put their best foot forward, and connect with their employees with genuine positivity and a problem-solving attitude.
It is a common misconception that remote workers have it easy when it comes to work. This idea has clouded the reality of the challenges that come with being a remote worker, and managing a remote workforce. Meanwhile, working remote is one of the most successful means of employment, and has increasingly becoming the hottest work trend of 2018.
TINYpulse has announced the winners of the third annual TINYawards. TINyawards are given to organizations which have exceptional scores for their industry within TINYpulse's employee engagement platform.
Telefluent Communication Inc. (Renewal by Andersen) won Happiest Organization and Most Recognition 2017 within the competitive Telecommunications category. This means that they had the highest average employee happiness score within Telecommunications. It also means that their employees sent out the highest volume of Cheers for Peers per capita within their category in 2017 .
I connected with Christina Schmit, Director of Talent Acquisition for Renewal by Andersen. Here’s what she has to share:
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