More than just an employee survey

TINYpulse discovers how your employees are feeling, and performing

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Measure how happy, frustrated, or burnt-out your employees are, and gain real time employee feedback to create a company culture you can be proud of.
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Posts from Jacob Losey

Jan 7

TINYPulse Tips: How to Add Users

Now that you've created your TINYpulse account, it's time to add your employees as users! We have very simple tools built in to allow you to add users in bulk with the click of a button. You also have the option to send a personalized message in your introduction email as well. 

Dec 15

TINYpulse Tips: How to manage industry benchmarks

Ever wanted to compare apples to apples with other organizations that are within the same industry as your own? Now you can with Industry Benchmarks. We understand the value of understanding where your company fits within the spectrum of a competitive environment. This is exactly why we developed a way for you to see exactly how you stack up against companies that share the same industry as your own. Be it healthcare, technology, marketing or finance, we've got a plethora of industry options to choose from. 

TINYpulse tips: organizing feedback with tags

As your employees learn the value of providing anonymous feedback through TINYpulse, you'll see you a large volume of survey responses, Virtual Suggestions, and Cheers for Peers. Keeping the responses organized to streamline workflow and categorize themes can make managing responses much more efficient. Fortunately, with the tagging feature, you'll have the proper tools to sort your responses and keep track of feedback over time. We'll go into further detail below about how to use and optimize the tagging feature. 

TINYpulse Tips - How to Create and Manage Filters

Similar to segments, filters allow you to futher organize members by characteristics of your choosing. The main difference between segments and filters is that filters will only allow you to see an average of responses rather than qualitative results. This helps protect employee anonymity while still allowing you to dig deeper and unearth some potential hidden opportunities. Some examples of filters include gender, location, position, department, manager name, and high-potential employees.