What’s the Bottom Line on Employee Engagement?

Redwood City, Calif-based Glint launched last year with $15.5 million in venture capital funding and an idea that employee engagement needed better software support than the market had developed for that space to date. Its answer was a platform that would send brief surveys to employees asking them about, well whatever the company had identified as important to employee engagement and retention.  Perhaps it was about the onboarding process or the company’s current policy on flextime. Glint called the surveys pulses and designed the system so that the surveys could be easily sent and then, when they were completed, taken apart and analyzed. The system also featured, and still does, “smart alerts,” which alert human resources and/or executives that a key employee engagement metrics has declined. A Crowded Space Glint,…


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