More than just an employee survey

TINYpulse discovers how your employees are feeling, and performing

Laptop & Mobile.png
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.
Laptop & Mobile.png

Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Workplace Trends (4)

Solving the Improving Job Market and Steady Unemployment Paradox

First, there’s the good news: The U.S. job market is recovering and on the rise since the recession. But then there’s the not-so-good news: Unemployment doesn’t seem to be budging to move to a lower rate. According to The Wall Street Journal: 

What the Falling Price of Oil Means for Commuters

If you drive a car, you’ve definitely noticed that it’s gotten easier to fill up your gas tank in recent months. According to GasBuddy, between December 2010 and November 2014, gasoline cost an average of $3 per gallon across the U.S. But due to a perfect storm of sorts, the price of gas continues to fall. And it appears drivers can look forward to riding that momentum through the end of the year and beyond.

The Pros and Often-Overlooked Cons of Yoga in the Workplace

Dwindling are the days when employee wellness programs mean you get 10% off your own local gym membership — if you’re lucky. More innovative and culturally focused companies are bringing employee wellness directly into the office with lunchtime group fitness classes that workers can participate in for free. And because a spin class would require hauling dozens of stationary bikes and booming volume levels, one of the most common office fitness activities is yoga.

The New Overtime Law That's Sending Managers Scrambling

Think those few minutes your employees spend checking work emails in the evening don’t really count? How about that Saturday conference call they are expected to dial in for? If you are at all unsure of how many hours your employees are really working, it's time to start sweating the small stuff.

How Contract Work Is Depriving Employees

Do you know someone like this: Jackie is a 40-year-old divorcee with a preteen daughter. She was laid off from her mid-level client services career last year. The job offered health and retirement benefits. To make ends meet, she took up contract driving for Uber. At night, she cleans houses. Her third job is with a grocery chain, slicing deli meat and preparing food on the weekends. None of these roles offer benefits, so she’s taking advantage of the government subsidy through the Affordable Care Act to cover their insurance.