This Startup Uses Artificial Intelligence to Tell What Your Employees Think

Subtle changes in what employees think about compensation or product road maps, or how they feel about specific leaders can often be accurate predictors of future productivity or attribution. But annual surveys of workforce sentiment can become outdated quickly. That has inspired a gaggle of startups focused on software for “people analytics,” often in the form of short surveys that provide a pulse of what employees think on short notice. One of those companies, Glint, on Tuesday disclosed a $27 million Series C round led by Meritech Capital and Bessemer Venture Partners. The infusion brings Glint’s total backing to $50 million, but Glint co-founder CEO Jim Barnett declined to discuss the Redwood City, Calif., company’s valuation. The startup is focused on companies with more than 1,000 employees and it has…


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