Limeade, the immersive employee well-being company, today announced its acquisition of TINYpulse, a leader in employee listening software. The acquisition brings together two companies committed to helping their customers create healthy employee experiences.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the original Limeade vision: Well-Being is foundational to creating healthy employee experiences, which in turn generate better business results for our customers,” said Henry Albrecht, Limeade Founder and CEO. “Limeade Institute science tells us that listening, learning and acting on employee feedback is a top driver of well-being actions. By adding TINYpulse listening capabilities, Limeade is poised to deliver the next-generation employee well-being solution that fits seamlessly into people’s daily work.”
“Limeade and TINYpulse are two Seattle-area companies focused upon shaping the future of work,” said David Niu, TINYpulse Founder and CEO. “The entire TINYpulse team is thrilled to unite and bring our powerful listening capabilities to the most important thing of all: employee well-being.”
Limeade helps customers maximize business results through its science-based, immersive employee well-being experience. TINYpulse software establishes a two-way dialogue between managers and employees, resulting in a flywheel of input, feedback, and action as a seamless part of the daily workflow.
Announcement: Limeade Acquires Employee Listening Leader TINYpulse