Weekly check-ins give tactical insights, while our anonymous pulse surveys offer a higher-level view of what's going on. Stop guessing, start measuring.
Team leaders and executives are shocked by the quality of feedback they get. It's no surprise - people are more honest behind a screen. We make this happen.
Real work gets done on teams. Friday Feedback takes the best practices of great leaders and makes it available to any leader.
79% of employees who quit their jobs cite a lack of appreciation as a key reason for leaving. What if you could have prevented this?
Every week, your team has the opportunity to recognize peers for a job well-done (part of weekly check-ins). Your team will send 5x more kudos compared to leading recognition platforms.
Activity rolls-up under an employee profile and brings recognition, check-ins, and team leader comments under one roof. It's like if an employee file created itself.
How can you build a productive team if you don't know (or can't remember) key information about each of them? We can help with that.
How's the team doing over time? Stop relying on observation, start complementing intuition with real data from your team.
If you lead several teams, quickly visualize and segment data by team. View scorecards to understand how a team compares to the rest of the organization. Discover your best teams.
The weekly check-ins are the core functionality of Friday Feedback, but you can send a pulse survey (monthly/quarterly) and see what's going on at a higher-level too.
This powerful combination of tactical (check-ins) and strategic (pulse) feedback you won't be able to find on any other platform.
Friday Feedback gives us a platform to have constructive discussions when we have our team one-to-ones. Imagine the cost of losing a team member or having someone in a funk not being productive?"
Chris Hexton, CEO @ Vero
"Employees seeing that they were being listened to and actions taken helped to increase satisfaction, engagement and ultimately productivity. The culture in the business improved dramatically."Try it for free