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From heart rates to surveys: How to keep workers happy
www.bbc.co.uk

But a programme called TinyPulse allowed some employees to tell her – anonymously. It allows bosses to gather weekly surveys from their workers, and provides a channel through which workers can raise issues and communicate with their bosses.

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5 ways to get more from your PR efforts
fortune.com

At 27-employee startup TINYpulse in Seattle, CEO David Niu has hired two full-time publicists to do the work—and it has paid off. The company has been mentioned in the media about 100 times in 12 months. “You have to invest and commit to it, just like …

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LinkedIn goal: Boost sharing of content
www.dispatch.com

The business-oriented social-networking company has been testing a new product called LinkedIn Elevate that suggests content for employees to share, allows them to schedule the best time to post it on LinkedIn or Twitter, and provides data — likes, …

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On The Growth Of Apache Spark
techcrunch.com

Editor's Note: Vaibhav Nivargi is the founder and chief architect of ClearStory Data, a data analytics service provider. This week the fast-growing Apache Spark community is gathering in New York City to celebrate and collaborate on one of the most …

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Edtech Companies Hail New Rival LinkedIn As Industry Catalyst
www.xconomy.com

Are online education companies biting their nails now that their competitor Lynda.com is about to become part of Mountain View, CA-based LinkedIn, the dominant social media network for professionals? The big public company, with more than $2 billion in …

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The Industry With the Happiest Employees, and How You Can Follow Its Lead
www.entrepreneur.com

Data gathered by TINYpulse suggests that managers in the construction and facilities services sector have taken these recommendations to heart, resulting in the happiest employees across all industries surveyed. But hiring the right people and focusing …

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How 'delight' inspired the mission statement for my new startup
upstart.bizjournals.com

If the next careercation was burning in my wife Alice's mind, my mind was obsessed with TINYpulse. I decided that TINYpulse would be the first “TINY” offering that TINYhr would put out. I decided that TINYpulse's mission would be simply “To make …

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New Study Answers: What Motivates Employees To 'Go The Extra Mile?'
www.forbes.com

The survey, The 7 Key Trends Impacting Today's Workplace, was conducted by the employee engagement firm TINYpulse, and involved over 200,000 employees in more than 500 organizations. As the survey title suggests, the research explored a number of …

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Are You Happy at Work? Bosses Push Weekly Polls
www.wsj.com

The companies may pay about $50 a month or anywhere from $15 to $100 per employee for pulse-survey tools, administered by new firms such as knowyourcompany.com, TinyPulse, 15Five, BlackbookHR and Niko Niko, as well as established survey …

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LinkedIn upping its game in data sharing
www.startribune.com

The business-oriented social networking company has been testing a new product called LinkedIn Elevate, which suggests content for employees to share, lets them schedule the best time to post it on LinkedIn or Twitter and provides data — likes …

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3 Ways To Write LinkedIn Posts That Turn Into Career Opportunities
www.forbes.com

However, like any sort of creative outlet, writing on LinkedIn is a lot easier said than done. You can't just draft any old thing, slap it up there, and expect it to boost your career. You have to put some care into it. And while some of the same rules …

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Des métriques d'affaires… aux métriques “humaines”
www.internetactu.net

Tinypulse propose aux entreprises d'envoyer de mini-enquêtes à leurs employés sous forme d'une question anonyme. Des questions qui ont permis parfois d'avoir des réponses peu conventionnelles. Pour mesurer la satisfaction, Tinypulse demande ainsi si …

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LinkedIn Prevails In Lawsuit Over 'Reference Search'
www.forbes.com

A federal judge in San Jose ruled earlier this week that LinkedIn's “Reference Search,” a tool it provides to premium members who use it to find job candidates' past colleagues, does not run afoul of a 1970 federal law called the Fair Credit Reporting …

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Why LinkedIn spent big on Lynda.com
www.cio.com

LinkedIn strengthened its foothold in the career advancement and networking market last week with its largest acquisition to date and the fourth-largest deal ever in social media. The company's $1.5 billion acquisition of Lynda.com also catapults …

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