Tell Me More About EngageRocket

instant employee engagement insights

EngageRocket, a company dedicated to applying advanced workplace analytics to improve talent retention and productivity, has recenly secured S$450K from investors in an angel round – the first startup of its kind in Southeast Asia to be funded.

Based in Singapore, EngageRocket was founded by ex-consultants Leong Chee Tung and Dorothy Yiu.

Tell Me More About MeetandEngage

Branded Moderated Chat For Recruiting

When you look back over the past decade, many things didn’t change.

Deloitte branded chat page, powered by MeetandEngage

One of them is campus recruitment.

This is one area where I had probably seen little innovation in trying to make the experience better and scalable to accommodate a larger audience.

You put up a physical booth at the recruitment fair, get your most attractive staff members to manage them and pray that the mix of marketing brochures and perfume scent could create magic.

Employee Engagement – Whose task is it anyway?

This is a guest post by Andy G. Schmidt. He founded Beekeeper Communication Pte. Ltd. to help enterprises to boost their productivity in Communication and Employee Engagement to address the constant challenge of low employee motivation and high staff attrition rates.

Save yourself some time and skip this blog post if you either doubt that employee engagement is a leading indicator of business performance or if you are convinced that employee engagement is the sole responsibility of HR.

Tell Me More About 100offer

Connecting top talent with top employers

100offer is an opportunity marketplace for talented people to discover the job of their dreams.

Closely guided by their professional Talent Consultants, users can gain access to job opportunities from leading technology companies with just one application.

1. In one sentence, how would you describe what your product does?

100offer is an opportunity marketplace for talented people to discover the job of their dreams at leading technology companies.

The Future Of Commercial Insurance

Interview with Steve Tunstall, Co-Founder & CEO at Inzsure

Steve is CEO and Co-Founder of InsurTech start up, Inzsure, based from Singapore.

Inzsure uses a digital platform to put corporate customers back in command of the insurance purchase decision.

Blockchain-based technology based on smart contracts rooted in ethereum allow secure, supercharged, procurement and claim settlement transactions with minimal friction, zero delay and at no cost to the corporate insured.

Advancing Careers With Their Proprietary Matching Algorithm

Interview with Gary Gan, Co-Founder at JobKred

Gary is an experienced entrepreneur and marketer, involved in the startup of several successful companies across a broad spectrum of industries.

He co-founded Gaming How, a retail and events company that grew to 20+ employees, leading it to 100% year on year revenue growth, and which received the Spirit of Enterprise Award 2013.

Providing a world-class video-selfie Q&A interview platform

Interview with Nigel Hembrow, Co-Founder & CEO at HR Tech Astronaut

Nigel is the Co-Founder and CEO of Astronaut, a team that’s helping democratise opportunity for job seekers, and speed up the recruitment process for hiring teams.

Astronaut is a B2B platform that is used both standalone or via integration with ATS and jobs boards.

Before recruitment and technology, Nigel was managing real estate project teams in Australia and the UK for Lend Lease, and others.

Boosting Employee Engagement And Corporate Wellness

Interview with Sudhanshu Tewari, Co-founder and CEO of Rewardz

Sudhanshu is the co-founder and CEO of Rewardz, a team that’s on a mission to build happier and healthier workplaces.

He worked as a senior technologist in some of the largest investment banks in Singapore such as JP Morgan and Credit Suisse for over a decade after graduating from NUS in 2004.

HR Tech Market Map Singapore 2017

featuring 70+ local HR Tech Startups

From ensuring onboarding consistency to improving workplace culture, HR tech startups are continuing to expand their disruption ripple across HR departments.

What started as 18 HR Tech startups on my Google Doc has grown to a visual map that contains more than 70 different companies.

Some of them in areas that are truly niche but immensely significant HR process areas.