Updates on our mission to emotionally connect employees to the organizations they serve, and our thoughts on the emerging field of employee experience.
Posted by Moriah Scoble on April 30, 2020
Few things are more intimidating than staring at a blank page, fingers poised tentatively above the keyboard. You know your heart, and you want to convey those feelings of gratitude and admiration, but how can you do it without coming across as insincere or overly dramatic? Here are some helpful ...
Posted by Surprise.com ⠀ on April 26, 2020
Are you looking for a way to celebrate and support workers in healthcare or another essential industry? Whether you want to thank a family member or friend on the frontlines or share your gratitude with a healthcare hero at random, Surprise.com lets you spread kindness and positivity to those who ...
Posted by Surprise.com ⠀ on April 14, 2020
We know there are businesses everywhere looking at their finances and having to make hard choices. We want to make it as easy as possible for these companies to get the assistance they need. When we looked into it, we found that there was no simply written explanation of the WHAT and HOW for small businesses. We’ve put together this guide specifically for small businesses looking for ways to best navigate these times with the assistance of the recently passed stimulus package.
Posted by Surprise.com ⠀ on March 30, 2020
A growing number of dedicated individuals in healthcare, research and public service are working under extraordinary circumstances to support the battle against COVID-19. Surprise.com has created a simplified version of our enterprise platform and are waiving our annual subscription fee for any community member who wishes to Surprise a Hero or comfort someone in need.
Posted by Albert Eloyan on October 22, 2019
Employees seek meaningful work, transparent leadership, technology that empowers efficiency, and organizations that encourage and recognize creativity, learning, and collaboration. The companies that recognize and act on these criteria will win the war for talent.