Employees Use Online Tool to Give Anonymous Feedback to Coworkers and
Employees at over 1,000 companies use betterme.com to exchange anonymous feedback.
(PRWEB) May 5, 2010 -- BetterMe, Inc announced Thursday that its free online tools for anonymous feedback
are currently being used by employees in more than 1,000 companies.
The site, which launched in February, allows users to send feedback as well as "feedback requests" on any topic,
from work to school to social situations. Fifty-nine percent of feedback sent through the site is categorized by the
sender as work-related.
"We are seeing a grass-roots feedback revolution in companies. People are taking BetterMe into the office,
sending feedback to bosses and coworkers, and asking for comments on their own performance," said BetterMe
founder and CEO Sterling Mace. "People are hungry for honest, constructive workplace communication."
David Hung, President and CEO of Medivation says that BetterMe is enabling employees to have important
conversations they were previously reluctant to start. "BetterMe provides employees with an important tool to
improve their own performance as well as the performance of their teams," said Hung. "Feedback is crucial to
organizational development and BetterMe facilitates the exchange of constructive feedback that may not have
been happening before."
Employees across a variety of companies and industries use BetterMe for workplace feedback, including a
national healthcare services nonprofit, a global provider of IT products, and a multinational candy company.
About BetterMe, Inc.
Founded in 2009, BetterMe is a San Francisco-based developer of online communication tools that believes in
the power of honest, constructive communication. The company is funded by private investors.
Connect with BetterMe on Facebook and Twitter.
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