Teamphoria is proud to welcome our new partner Patrick Bryant. Patrick is the co-founder of Bidr, Go To Team, Assignment Desk, Cigar Row, and other startups here in the Charleston area. Patrick also operates the Harbor Entrepreneur Center, a nonprofit that provides work spaces in Charleston. With his history and expertise in startups, we Read More

As you probably already know as an employee engagement aficionado, the Leaderboard in Teamphoria is a great way to openly celebrate your top engagers, and encourage more Team Members to get involved in your organization. Before today, Leaderboard points were only earned by sending or receiving employee recognition. Now you can earn Leaderboard points for Read More

  Teamphoria, an employee engagement software company, and Apex Generation Leadership (AGL), a coaching firm geared towards millennial employees, plan to link up in order to provide a broader base of services to their respective clientele. AGL will use and recommend Teamphoria’s app to clients wanting to build their culture, communication, and openness, while Teamphoria Read More

At Teamphoria, we are employee performance review experts. With hundreds of clients we’ve seen it all! Today we are sharing some of the top employee performance review examples from current trends. Conversation focused reviews: Companies are stepping away from the traditional 1-5 scale. A lot of times employees have no idea what the scale even Read More

It doesn’t matter if your employee recognition program is rewards-based, digital, or done in skywriting, it still takes continuous effort to keep everyone dishing out the praise. When an employee recognition program first launches at a company, the enthusiasm can quickly wane due to fatigue, busyness, and lack of follow-through. To be successful, companies have Read More

  Lauren here, head of Customer Success at Teamphoria. Our team speaks with hundreds of clients each week and we always hear how easy it is to use Teamphoria. Our partners and clients also enjoy telling us how it has changed their organizations. At Teamphoria, we offer three different levels of our solution: Engage, Perform, Read More

Employee Engagement at Initech Oh, Initech: Mike Judge’s 1999 vision of a cubicle farm during the dot com boom is a study in what companies shouldn’t do. But what can we learn about employee engagement from Office Space? Milton Milton, the squirrely man with the thick coke bottle glasses, is a great example of the Read More

Ready to get your employees even more excited about engaging with your organization on Teamphoria? Setting up custom employee communication types will keep users wanting to login and participate. We have heard some creative ideas from our customers. Here are some ideas to spark your imagination: Internal Job Postings: Restrict this employee communication to department Read More

Input new employee information before their start date. This way on their first day, their welcome card will appear on the Activity Feed. This lets your other Teamphoria users know who the new person in the office is. Challenge new team members to send a certain amount of employee recognition within their first month. Incentivize Read More

  Stop with the generic employee recognitions: Recognition for “Employee of the Month” is a thing of the past. Let your team members know what they are doing well instead of recognizing them for a generic award. Team members will feel more satisfied knowing why they are being recognized and will more likely repeat those Read More