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Happier employees. More engaged employees.

Everyone knows this. However, the key is to understand them better and then make use of this understanding to deliver a better experience for each person.

A platform to welcome, listen to and understand your employees


Welcome your new hires

Share messages, documents & tasks with your new hires

Automate the process with workflows

Paperless data capture through mobile device


Give your employees a voice

Get constant feedback through weekly pulse questions

Allow anonymous feedback

Employees, managers, peers - get all their voices heard


Understand your employees better

Finally, you have access to a platform built to understand each employee better

From behavior data to demographic data and sentiment data - get a comprehensive view

The Tydy Score is the one data point you need

The State of Employee Onboarding - 2016

We strive to keep in touch with our users and understand the needs better. We reach out to employees, new hires and managers to understand their experiences and learn from it.

The State of Employee Onboarding 2016 is a study we conducted to understand what new hires felt were the good, bad and ugly in their onboarding processes.
We reached out to new hires from different types of organizations - large, mid-size, startups and across industries. The insights we have gathered here shed a lot of light on what organizations need to do to improve their own processes.

The latest from Tydy

Resources, content, studies and more ...

Think Culture Magazine
Employee Preboarding + Employee Onboarding — The perfect mix
Employers around the world are focusing more and more on the new hire experience. Whether it is deploying tools or re-working the engagement strategy, the new hire experience is strategic.

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Tydy Talks with Melissa Tiro from Nike
Culture is an important business topic this year and CEOs and HR leaders recognize that culture is no longer a “good to have” aspect for an organization but a huge potential competitive advantage.

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