increase in customer service scores
employee recognitions shared per year
decrease in turnover
Kazoo’s mobile-friendly platform keeps everyone connected, no matter where they work, what they do, or what language they speak.
Set, track, and celebrate the achievement of company-wide goals, and incentivize actions that support your values, anywhere.
Easily link personal goals to team and company goals, and track, update, and view progress with just a few clicks.
Kazoo’s peer-to-peer, social activity feed and Goals & OKRs capability lets your entire organization celebrate wins together.
Kazoo helps you transition to year-round performance and growth conversations with Sync-Ups and Check-Ins.
Give or request feedback in the platform with just a few clicks, and share public recognition instantly on our social feed.
Kazoo’s dashboards put the data in your hands — from engagement to goals to spending, and more.
Custom Rewards and Special Recognition amplify and personalize appreciation while keeping spending under control.
Kazoo creates an appreciation-rich workplace where priorities are clear, achievements are celebrated, and everyone has a voice.
Kazoo’s Incentives keep your values authentically front and center, and boost benefits, employee values, and company programs.
Align goal progress in weekly Sync-Up conversations, and keep performance reviews fair with Talent Reviews.
Our manager dashboard creates clear visibility into each team member’s performance — and Feedback and Check-Ins give them the tools to build skills and address issues.
Unify your organization with a platform experience featuring company branding, custom backgrounds, and even custom Incentives and Rewards.
From Outlook, Slack, and Microsoft Teams to ADP, Okta, and BambooHR, syncing with Kazoo is a breeze.
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We’ve adopted NIST CSF standards and best practices, plus verified enterprise-level protections.
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“In a feedback survey, one employee said, 'I no longer feel like I’m on an island because of Kazoo.'”