Do you need tons of features or one simple tool?
Updated on April 14, 2021
Human Resources professionals are more equipped than ever before.
A simple Google search for "top HR tools" reveals hundreds, if not thousands, of comprehensive software options for ensuring employees have the best experience possible and business thrives.
While big HR tech is powerful and enables HR to transform a company from the inside out, it's expensive and cumbersome. Many businesses don't need all the fancy products and end up wasting money. Or worse, wasting time sifting through endless features.
Fortunately, you've got options! There are plenty of simple tools out there that can solve one problem at a time for an affordable price—and eNPS is one of them.
We're going to compare eNPS to two superb, full-service employee engagement platforms so you're best positioned to decide what is right for your company.
eNPS.co seems incredibly simple because it was designed to be just that.
It's the perfect solution for you to get insight on employee satisfaction affordably and easily. It's just one question that you send out to all your employees with the click of a button.
If you have hundreds of distributed or part-time employees, you probably don't need Lattice or Culture Amp for them. You can save big bucks by piecing together your HR system with only the necessary tools—and let eNPS.co handle the satisfaction question.
Once you set up the initial survey, you can automate the rest so tests go out on their own as often as you'd like. You only need to login to see the results.
Lattice is a full-scale employee management software for HR and management. The software helps "turn employees into high performers, managers into leaders, and companies into the best places to work."
Lattice's core tools cover employee engagement, performance management and employee development. Lattice then aggregates all data and findings into an Analytics dashboard so you can easily understand the state of your team. Employee Engagement
Lattice's employee engagement offerings are do exactly what eNPS does but it's a little fancier with a lot of extra features.
You can host your performance reviews completely from your Lattice account, plus all these other features:
Lattice's Employee Development features set your employees on a path of success and acceleration. It helps both management and employees keep track of the competencies and milestones in the path for upward movement and growth in a career.
Culture Amp describes itself as a "people and culture platform". This robust software can indeed make your company a better place to work with impressive solutions for everything from reducing turnover to guiding your team through a merger or acquisition.
Culture Amp segments its offerings into Engage, Perform, and Amplify. You can subscribe to packages for just one product or the entire platform. Engage
Culture Amp's website doesn't list pricing, but Get App states their plans start at $3,300/year.
Every business and team is different and will have different needs. If you have a small, part-time or remote team, it's unlikely you'll need all the extra tools that come with platforms like Lattice and Culture Amp.
eNPS.co alone can give you powerful insight that helps you improve employee satisfaction and engagement and build a solid team for your business. On the other hand, if you have a large team of full-time employees, you may need some of these extra tools to keep everything on track with employee satisfaction.
Unfortunately, most businesses don't realize they need these tools until their team (and eNPS score) is already suffering. Whether big or small, starting out with eNPS.co is an easy, affordable way to understand employee satisfaction immediately and start making improvements.
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