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Product update: How do you evaluate your result? Find out with Conclusions!

Written by Caroline Fjellner, February 12 2020

A question we often get asked by managers is "Are my results good or bad?" With our new feature Conclusions we provide the answer instantly!  Read more  

A cheers for 2019 from our CEO Caroline Fjellner!

Written by Caroline Fjellner, January 08 2020

Another year with &frankly has come to an end, and what a year it has been... Read more  

7 questions you should ask your employees 2020

Written by Kristofer Sandberg, December 20 2019

By asking your employees simple questions, you can unlock untapped potential. Make regular engagement a success factor for yourself as a leader. “Then you will really gain momentum,” says Viktoria Lindhé at &frankly. She provides us with some essential guidance for when employee engagement fails. Read more  

Ciao! 你好! Hello! Hola! We speak 17 different languages now

Written by Caroline Fjellner, September 19 2019

Since the days of Babylon’s tower, we’ve been doomed to misunderstandings and confusion. There are roughly 6,500 spoken languages in the world today. (How many can you list by heart?) And as &frankly grow, we continuously add new languages to our repertoire. Read more  

Agile teams and employee engagement are the key when Zenuity develops self-driving cars

Written by Kristofer Sandberg, May 08 2019

When Zenuity needed a tool to engage their team, they chose &frankly. It fit seemlessly into the company's decentralized, agile organization. – &frankly is a really nice and modern platform and we strive to be a modern company, says Anna Willford at Zenuity. Read more  

At Spot On well-being pays off

Written by Kristofer Sandberg, May 08 2019

Employees first, customers second. On third place: profitability. Does that sound upside down? Spot on isn't just any company. Read more  

Being an employee ambassador

Written by Nicole Michaelis, March 07 2019

Are you really happy with your job? Then you're probably already an employee ambassador. Here are things you can do to support your organization's employer brand. Be active on social media Being active on social media is a simple thing you can do to boost your employer's brand. You can simply share your company's own social media updates with your network or write your own updates. You could write about what you've been working on, share milestones, or introduce new colleagues. You can also promote inclusion by publicly giving kudos to your colleagues. This is a great way to promote your employer indirectly. Anything you do on social media is similar to a testimonial by a customer and can directly affect your employer's brand. Read more  

Tackle stress in your team

Written by Nicole Michaelis, February 13 2019

This is how you can prevent stress in your team Are you managing a team? Great! There probably is a lot on your plate and this is why we want to help you manage one of the biggest tasks you may be facing: ensuring a sustainable workload for your team.  Read more  

Engaged employees and strong culture – this is the formula for success at Quinyx

Written by Kristofer Sandberg, February 11 2019

Quinyx is a star in the Swedish start-up scene. In order to build their success sustainably, they started using &frankly at an early stage to measure employee engagement."&frankly is an excellent gauge of the job we are doing. We use it every month to find out whether there are any problems anywhere in the organisation”, says Erik Fjellborg, CEO of Quinyx.  Read more  

Storytel’s growth focus means taking care of employees first

Written by Kristofer Sandberg, January 29 2019

Going from startup to scaleup can be a great challenge. Storytel has found their stride and it is centered on employees. Read more