Last Updated on April 16, 2013 by New-Startups Team
What do your employees think of you? That’s a question that at best gets a tip-toed answer when asked face-to-face. So how do you learn what’s really on their minds so you as a founder can do better? Morale.me helps companies assess employee satisfaction as a free app to learn exactly that.
The iPhone app uses LinkedIn credentials and monthly anonymous feedback to track results and report back what state morale is at. Instead of reviewing feedback on sites like Glassdoor after an employee leaves for new possibilities, Morale.me gives an overall sense of how your organization is really doing right now. Founded by internet recruiting veteran Joel Cheesman the app uses simple smiley faces for employees to answer “are you happy working with us”. The data then is compiled to bring a company together for the ultimate goal of a happy workplace.
Morale.me is a simple and straightforward to use free app to provide that seemingly minor tidbit that is exuberantly essential to gauge how successful a company is. No one likes working in an unhappy environment and a cancerous workplace hinders talent acquisition and retention – as entrepreneurs it’s important to know how your team truly feels to grow to the place you want to be.