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January 6, 2020

What Are Your Employees Thinking and Who’s Leaving?

Motivosity adds pulse surveys and turnover analysis

Silicon Slopes, UTAH, January 6, 2020 - Motivosity, the company intent on helping people be happier at work, has released new functionality to easily take the pulse of employee opinions and to get a good look at “the real story” around employee turnover.

What is the greatest cost to businesses? The people costs. So it makes sense to invest in tools that make it easier to understand trends and satisfaction levels of employees. Announced today from Motivosity are two significant product additions:

• Pulse Surveys -- As easy as stealing candy from a baby (a practice we don’t promote), Motivosity allows you to create employee surveys to get feedback on any subject from lunch decisions, to input on a new benefit option, to feedback on job satisfaction. With none of that time-consuming IT staff required, surveys can be built and sent to employees in specific geographies, departments, or company wide.

Turnover Trend Dashboard -- Sure, there are some people who you hope leave the company (you know it’s true). But how do you even track turnover? Motivosity gives you all the nitty-gritty info about turnover, combined with the history data around recognition, eNPS, and manager feedback. Imagine how much fun the HR data junkies are going to have with this one.

“Company leadership many times is flying blind when it comes to understanding trends and satisfaction levels of their employees,” said Motivosity founder and CEO, Scott Johnson. “Without causing you sell your first born to be able to pay for it, Motivosity provides unlimited pulse surveys and some mind-blowing turnover analysis that give business leaders the information they need to make great decisions.”

About Motivosity

About Motivosity: The Motivosity platform includes four products that improve people's experiences at work and with managers. With their products, Connect, Recognize, Lead and Listen, they attack the main drivers of employee motivation: being recognized and appreciated at work, feeling connected to your manager and having a strong sense of community. These products can be mixed and matched to accommodate your company needs or size. Learn more at