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About TINYPulse

TINYPulse is a provider of an employee engagement platform. The company provides a suite of tools that allows managers to improve retention and engagement. The platform offers anonymous pulse surveys, peer-to-peer recognition, anonymous messaging, and engagement data analysis, among other features.On July 20, 2021, TINYPulse was acquired by Limeade.8M.

TINYPulse Headquarter Location

18 West Mercer St

Seattle, Washington, 98119,

United States


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Latest TINYPulse News

‘No One Wants To Work’ - The Why Behind The Great Resignation

Jan 19, 2022

getty According to a new survey released by TinyPulse, 1 in 5 executive leaders agree with this statement: “ No one wants to work ”. These same leaders cite a “lack of response to job postings” and “poor quality candidates” when describing why it’s hard to hire right now. A Gallup poll says that dismal employee engagement is a sign of global mismanagement, noting that 86% of employees are actively disengaged at work. While employers are struggling and frustrated, the hustle culture is growing exponentially. Fiverr.com, the website for gig workers, reported a 30% increase in the number of active buyers last year, versus pandemic-punched 2020. The company’s overall revenues grew 42%, strengthened by the exodus into the gig economy. Maybe people don’t want to work. But the really troubling tale inside these statistics is: maybe people don’t want to work for you. Against a backdrop of greater personal freedom, supports for vaccine mandates is growing. A majority of HR leaders (55%) in the same Tinypulse survey cited greater encouragement for vaccines, up 7% over last quarter. HR leaders supporting a vaccine mandate rose to 68%, versus just 56% in the previous quarter. For non-HR respondents, support for vaccine mandates was significantly higher, at 74%. Employee Engagement: It’s Not All About the Virus But the Great Resignation isn’t based on the vaccine. Retention (and corporate culture) needs a different shot in the arm. Workers have more economic options than ever before. More choices and fewer employees: What can leaders do to maintain a high-performance culture? While the pandemic has changed the world of work, some things for workers remain a constant. The need for relationships has never been greater. And meaningful relationships - where employees are heard, listened to and understood - are the foundation of retention. Fostering those relationships can often happen around common interests that don’t necessarily have to do with the company’s bottom line. The Real Reason People Are Leaving It’s no secret that people leave people, not organizations. If you want to create a culture that retains talent, consider how building peer-to-peer relationships can foster greater connection, collaboration, and engagement. Caitlin Porter, a professor at the University of Houston, says that “Giving people an opportunity to build their relationships could help with retention.” In fact, in this survey authored by Porter and her colleagues, getting co-workers to network with each other reduces the likelihood of turnover by 140%. MORE FOR YOU

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  • When was TINYPulse founded?

    TINYPulse was founded in 2012.

  • Where is TINYPulse's headquarters?

    TINYPulse's headquarters is located at 18 West Mercer St, Seattle.

  • What is TINYPulse's latest funding round?

    TINYPulse's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did TINYPulse raise?

    TINYPulse raised a total of $9.5M.

  • Who are the investors of TINYPulse?

    Investors of TINYPulse include Limeade, Baseline Ventures, Harrison Metal, Arthur Ventures, Varenne Investment and 4 more.

  • Who are TINYPulse's competitors?

    Competitors of TINYPulse include 15Five, Lattice, Gtmhub, Fellow, Awardco and 8 more.

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