The best employee engagement software for 2021

PI Worldwide

Employee engagement software helps organizations measure employee sentiment so they can increase engagement and retention. Through surveys and data analysis, these platforms drive insights that can help companies reduce costly turnover and increase overall performance.

10 Best Performance Management Software 2020

Vantage Circle

What is Performance management system? Top 10 Performance Management Software in 2020. What is Performance Management System? Performance management systems allows the managers to assign objectives and goals to the teams, keeping in alignment the organisational goals.

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10 Best Lattice Alternatives and Competitors to Check Out in 2020

SurveySparrow

Lattice Performance is definitely one of the best people management platforms out there. The intuitive interface, flexibility, and impressive features make this tool stand out. From a custom domain to white labeling provisions, the platform has got it covered for you.

7Geese selected as finalist in the Canadian HR Awards

7geese

About 7Geese: 7Geese is a performance management platform that delivers real-time data to HR, managers and execs to help them make everyday decisions on employee performance and growth. Companies using 7Geese are able to customize the way they deliver and facilitate performance reviews using the technological convenience 7Geese provides with features including: Objectives and Key Results (OKR), 360 Feedback, 1-on-1s, Employee Recognitions, and Performance Reviews.

Annual Performance Reviews Aren’t Dead, but They Do Need New Life

Capterra

Close to two-thirds of employees and managers agree that the typical annual performance review process is outdated and ineffective—contributing to a poor employee experience. We’ll also highlight how the right software can make all the difference. For employees, it feels a little too much like school to have the totality of their performance boiled down to a single number or letter grade—especially one that might not be awarded objectively or consistently.