Inc.

TRACKING THE MOOD OF YOUR EMPLOYEES

How a new wave of real-time, data-driven tech tools can turn a disengaged staff into a passionate one
PLUNKERT

FOUR EMPLOYEES TO 250 in less than seven years is the type of growth most entrepreneurs would envy, but it was a management abyss for Assurex Health. “Engagement was so straightforward when we all sat around the same table,” says co-founder and COO Don Wright. “We could jump up on a desk and yell

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from Inc.

Inc.13 min read
Can Any Company Be A Tech Company?
The profitable salad chain Sweetgreen was on track to IPO. So why did its founders decide to pivot to tech?
Inc.1 min read
Solidia Technologies
The world’s most ubiquitous manmade material is also one of the atmosphere’s arch foes: Between 4 and 7 percent of all global greenhouse gas emissions come from cement production. A decade ago, Rutgers materials scientists Vahit Atakan and Rik Riman
Inc.3 min read
A More Inclusive Clubhouse
Sonny Caberwal is dressed sharply—including the navy-blue turban that evidences his Sikh faith—and perched in the industrial-rustic lobby of his Union Member House, a new kind of private club in the not particularly bustling downtown of Durham, North