TINYpulse discovers how your employees are feeling, and performing
“Appreciate this moment,” Mark Roberge said yesterday at the close of TINYcon 2016. “We’re in the midst of a movement.”
First, the good: when it comes to how well managers and companies as a whole are communicating with their employees, the tech industry is doing well.
Employees in the tech space are valued for their innovation and drive. At the same time, what makes them so valuable can also make them difficult for a company to hold onto.
Sure, employers hold the power during interviews with new candidates. They're the ones in the driver's seat when it comes to hiring or passing on potential recruits day in and day out.
Having a mentor at work is a game changer when it comes to professional development and learning the ins and outs of the organizational culture. But one industry's employees aren't feeling very support.