As the battle for talent in Silicon Valley rages on, more tech companies here are recognizing the importance of how company culture affects their ability to attract and, more importantly, to retain their employees.
But putting your finger on the pulse of employee happiness isn’t easy, and it usually isn’t cheap.
In the past, companies looking to gain insights into employee happiness would turn to expensive outside consultants to measure how well they’re doing relative to their peers.
Either that, or HR departments would run their own internal surveys to collect data, but they then might not have the tools or expertise to apply the learnings from those surveys.
A startup out of Australia called Culture Amp wants to provide an easy, more cost-effective solution to conducting employee surveys and getting real, actionable insights back from them. And while it’s already attracted a number of major clients along the way, the company hopes to expand further thanks to $6.3 million in Series A funding led by Felicis Ventures, with participation from Index Ventures and Blackbird Ventures.
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