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Posts from Naomi Thalenberg

Jun 22

First TINYcon Ticket Buyer Spills the Beans

 

Top Twitter Moments From SHRM 2016

If you work in the HR industry, you know the annual SHRM confrence is one of the hottest events of the year. From Discovery Channel's Dirty Jobs host Mike Rowe to Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum band Train singing "Drops of Jupiter," this year's coneference lineup makes you realize that HR isn't the same as it used to be 10 years ago.

May 27

An Update From America's Best Boss

It's been about one year since Gravity Payments CEO and longtime TINYpulse customer Dan Price announced an all-company minimum wage salary of $70,000.

How to Keep Employees Happy In a High-Stress Industry

With every difficult job comes the risk of burnout. Healthcare industry workers understand this concept quite well, as they hold some of the most rigorous roles in the workforce. In our recent report, Employee Dissatisfaction in Healthcare Services, we polled over 1,000 healthcare employees in order to dissect their satisfaction in the workplace. 

3 CEOs' Perspective on Culture, Millennials, and Purpose

Our CEO, David Niu, recently joined a panel discussion at the Seattle World Trade Center to talk about employee engagement, transparency, and work culture. Joining him were Limeade CEO Henry Albrecht and PayScale CEO Mike Metzger. Hosting the panel discussion was Teri Citterman, author of From the CEO’s Perspective.

Jan 19

The Top 10 Companies to Follow on LinkedIn

LinkedIn, as we know it, is the Internet’s custodian of online networking. The largest professional network on the web hosts more than 396 million members worldwide, which means that everyone and their moms are sharing their myriad of talents for the world to see.