Waggl Recognized as One of the Best Places to Work in the San Francisco Bay Area for the Third Consecutive Year

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Receives Accolades from Forbes as one of America’s Best Startup Employers and Financial Times as one of the Fastest Growing Companies in the Americas

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For the third consecutive year, Waggl has been honored by the San Francisco Business Times/Silicon Valley Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work in the San Francisco Bay Area 2020.

“Waggl’s uniqueness lies in its ability to deliver action better than any other tool on the market by crowdsourcing information from employees. People know their work matters in shaping the future. This is the heart of Engagement 4.0," said Josh Bersin, Global HR Technology Analyst.

Waggl today announced that it has received three major accolades for corporate culture and growth:

“Against the backdrop of the global Coronavirus pandemic, we are especially grateful for this good news, and we are honored to be recognized for our achievements at Waggl,” said Michael Papay, Co-founder and CEO, Waggl. “As businesses in the United States emerge from the COVID-19 crisis, we believe that maintaining an agile, engaged culture will be one of the most important predictors of continued business success. Organizations that commit to putting their people first by elevating Employee Voice will be on the right path to recovery.”
By enabling a shared real-time, crowdsourced dialogue around critical questions, Waggl rapidly surfaces and prioritizes insights, ideas, and information to help organizations maintain connection and reinforce a sense of community in the midst of rapid change. The User Interface is simple, intuitive, and game-like. It is supported by a proven cycle of inquiry, dialogue and team-derived action that encourages shared ownership and built-in accountability.

“Waggl’s uniqueness lies in its ability to deliver action better than any other tool on the market by crowdsourcing information from employees,” said Josh Bersin, Global HR Technology Analyst. “People know their work matters in shaping the future. This is the heart of Engagement 4.0.”

In 2019, Waggl placed #15 on the San Francisco Business Times Fast 100 list and ranked 151 on the 2019 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States, with three-year revenue growth of 2482 percent, placing 26 within California-based companies, 19 within software companies, and 10 within San Francisco companies. The company was named as “Employee Engagement Vendor of the Year” by the 2019 North American Employee Engagement Awards, recognized as a Top Workplace of 2019 by the Bay Area Newsgroup, and by San Francisco Business Times/Silicon Valley Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work, earning the #2 ranking for wellness and the #10 spot for smallest companies. Waggl was also recognized by the 9th Annual Best in Biz Awards as “Best Local Company of the Year” for the San Francisco Bay Area. Co-founder and CEO Michael Papay was named as a recipient of the “2019 Founders to Watch” award by The Startup Weekly, a leading independent source of news and insights for business builders.
To learn more about Waggl, please visit https://www.waggl.com/.

About Waggl
For HR leaders who need to measure, and truly improve engagement, Waggl is an Employee Voice platform that crowdsources real-time insight to drive faster action and alignment around critical business topics. Inspired by the waggle dance honey bees do to communicate vital information, Waggl believes every voice matters. Unlike heavy surveys or basic pulse tools, Waggl is a dialogue-first approach to engagement that creates shared ownership through inclusive team-based action planning.

With a seasoned Executive Team and premiere customers including Freddie Mac, Paychex, HEINEKEN, 3M, Mastercard, UCHealth, McGraw Hill, and Parsons, Waggl partners with leading enterprises to harness the collective intelligence of their people. For more information and an expanded customer list, please visit https://www.waggl.com.

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