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The Most Popular TINYpulse Posts

The Best Way to Respond to Negative Employee Feedback

Companies can only reach their full potential when their employees are engaged.

12 Employee Survey Questions You Need to Ask During the Pandemic

The Essential COVID-19 Employee Support Survey Template  Is this pandemic taking its toll on your employees? 

10 Awesome Example Paragraphs for Performance Reviews

Stuck for what to say in a performance review for an employee? Read our sample paragraphs across 10 different performance categories to help kick-start your writing process.

How to Run Effective Remote Team Meetings without Causing Burnout

As the global pandemic moves past the half-year point, the “new normal” has really become the new normal. The novelty of Zoom meetings has faded into routine. The initial spark of motivation to power through the COVID-19 situation is starting to dwindle, too, and we’re now exiting the honeymoon phase of remote working. 

15 Questions You Need to Ask During Exit Interviews

Exit interviews provide organizations with a wealth of information about their operations without forcing them to spend a ton of money hiring consultants to assess business processes and company culture.

Weighing the Hidden Costs and Benefits of WFH — Nadella Is Asking The Right Questions

By Brooks Holtom, PhD and David Niu, CEO of TINYpulse When COVID-19 took hold in the U.S. and 42 states and territories issued mandatory stay-at-home orders, we commenced a massive work from home (WFH) experiment. In the short term, the benefits were obvious: employees working from home were safer, they saved time and money by not commuting, and many organizations were pleasantly surprised to find productivity did not suffer as much as they feared. However, some leaders wondered about the hidden costs. Specifically, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, shared,