TINYpulse makes truly unique software tools for businesses that treasure their most valued resource — their people. Over 1,000 companies use TINYpulse to engage and develop high-performing teams, including Michelin, Stitch Fix, HubSpot, Deloitte, Airbnb, and Brooks Shoes & Apparel.

Fast Company said, "This revolutionary tool can help keep employees happy, engaged, and on your side." TINYpulse has also been featured in The Atlantic, The BBC, CBS Morning News, Entrepreneur, WSJ, and over 100 top media publications.

In summer of 2017, TINYpulse was named one of Puget Sound Business Journals' Best Places to Work.

We are also committed to giving back by donating 1% of our time to our local community, 1% of our product to non-profits, and 1% of our profits to non-profit organizations.

Mission, Vision, Values

Our mission is simple: happier employees. At the heart of TINYpulse's mission are our company values:

Delight customers
Elect to spread positivity
Lead with solutions and embrace change
Increase communication with transparency
Go the extra mile with passion
Hold oneself accountable "Big Freedom = Big Accountability"
Treasure culture and freedom

We live and breathe by these values — they guide every major decision we make. And they create a culture that delights our customers and our colleagues.

1% Product, 1% Time, 1% Profit

We believe that every workplace should have happy employees. We give away 1% of our product to deserving nonprofits, because people doing good in the world deserve to do it in a positive work culture.

Happy employees need great communities as well as great workplaces, so we volunteer 1% of our time to support organizations that are helping improve our neighborhoods. Every quarter, the entire TINYpulse team bands together to do our part.

We also donate 1% of our profits to the Entrepreneurs' Organization, so we can help other great companies grow.

The TINYpulse team helping to make the Jubilee Women's Center spick-and-span.
The TINYpulse team preps lunch for hungry folks at The Salvation Army.
The TINYpulse team packs up thousands of pounds of food for Northwest Harvest food bank.

How TINYpulse Began

TINYpulse began in 2012 when serial entrepreneur David Niu sold his belongings and bought one-way tickets to New Zealand for himself, his wife, and baby daughter. He turned the worldwide trip into his Careercation, taking the opportunity to interview entrepreneurs from various industries and companies. Focusing on one thing they all had in common — the challenges of managing and retaining employees — he created TINYpulse to give leaders a pulse on how happy, burnt out, and frustrated their employees are.

Since then, David has grown the company to reach employees around the globe, with clients ranging from start-ups to enterprises and across all industries. He continues to support employee engagement by speaking to employees, business leaders, and human resources professionals, and has delivered keynote speeches at the Society for Human Resource Management and other trade organizations.

To happier employees!