Your one-stop for (re)unifying culture after major change
- Publicly celebrate new (and old!) team members in company-wide social recognition feed with notes like welcome messages and birthdays
- Incentivize connection by boosting team-building activities, mentorships, and more
- Bring teams together with group recognition and points-pooled rewards
70%-90% of M&As fail within 3 years — 30% due to organizational culture problems alone.
Easily align your new workforce on goals, expectations, and processes
- Make Goals & OKRs aligned from top to bottom and visible company-wide, so everyone works toward the same outcomes
- Standardize performance conversations and talent reviews for a shared starting place and even playing field
- Incentivize training and orientation activities to maximize participation and streamline onboarding
Fewer than 40% of companies have a standardized performance approach post M&A — costing them time and money.
Managers are key to teams thriving through change — we set them up for success
- Regular check-ins and conversations build trust and connection
- Multidirectional feedback helps managers grow by learning their strengths and weak spots
- Managers easily engage new employees with public recognition, automated birthday reminders, and more
Low trust in management is one of the top 5 pain points for employees in acquired organizations.
Easily customize your Kazoo experience to support your new branding
- Unify the company with a unified platform experience featuring company branding, custom backgrounds, and more
- Custom Rewards let you reflect your brand with swag, experiences, and more
- Customize Incentives to support your company’s values and support your mission
Employees who are aligned behind their company’s brand are 27% more likely to recommend their company as a great place to work.
“When you go through an M&A, employees are nervous that they're going to get lost or feel like another number. But with the Kazoo platform, you can make sure an individual's accomplishments are visible throughout the entire organization.”