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Awards & recognition

Lattice Recognized as a 2020 Bay Area Best Place to Work

We’re proud to announce that Lattice has been recognized on the Bay Area Best Places to Work 2020 list, presented by the San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley Business Journal! Lattice placed second in the midsized business category, which includes companies with 100-249 employees working in the Greater Bay Area.

“We take great pride in our focus on our workplace culture and the well-being of our team,” said Jack Altman, co-founder and CEO at Lattice. “We started Lattice to provide a foundation for companies to build their best culture and believe people areour most-valuable assets and that our success as a business is predicated on our investment in people.”

Award applicants were evaluated and ranked across five categories according to the number of Bay Area employees. The ranking found companies in the region whose employees rate them as the highest on such values as fun, collaborative culture, solid compensation and benefits offerings, and other amenities as well as management practices.

Lattice empowers people leaders to build engaged, high-performing teams, inspire winning cultures, and make strategic, data-driven people decisions and we strive to constantly operate under those principles ourselves. Our team operates on four main pillars that define how we interact with each other and the world.

Ship, Shipmate, Self

What we’re trying to achieve is greater than any of us individually. We put the success and wellbeing of our team and company above ourselves. We are all company owners and we act like it.

Chop Wood, Carry Water

The best work is done when we fall in love with the process to greatness, rather than obsessing over the end result. We recognize that greatness is exhausting, unglamorous and that we have to keep persisting, even when nobody’s watching.

Clear Eyes

We approach our work, colleagues, customers and ourselves with clarity and honesty. We harness pragmatism as a superpower. We believe that starting from a place of truth will make us winners in the long run.

What’s Next

We have an insatiable appetite to grow, to improve, and to look for the next horizon. Whenever we arrive at a destination, we see it as the beginning of a new journey. Our work will never be done.

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See who else made the Bay Area Best Places to Work list, check out the detailed list on San Francisco Business Times.

Awards & recognition

G2 Recognizes Lattice Among the Best Software Companies

Often hailed as the People’s Choice Awards for the tech industry, G2’s Best Software Awards recognizes the world’s best software companies and their products based on authentic, user-verified reviews. This prestigious award pits companies of all sizes head to head to surface software user favorites.

With over 1,920 reviews, Lattice is honored to be ranked #21 on G2’s 2020 Best Software Companies list. Lattice also placed on the Fastest Growing Products list, the Best Products for HR list and on the Best Products for Mid Market lists. Lattice currently holds a G2 Satisfaction score of 100, the highest possible ranking and highest in its category.

“This isn’t a subjective list based on a few peoples’ opinions,” explained G2 CEO, Godard Abel. “With the highest traffic and engagement, largest selection of product and services, and highest quality data, G2 analyzes more than 4 million data points to determine which products and companies make the list.”

“Lattice works hard to create product and customer experiences that put the user first, so it feels great to get this validation that our approach is working,” said Jack Altman, Lattice co-founder and CEO. “We’re thrilled to be listed and are particularly grateful our customers took the time to share their positive experiences and feedback.”

Lattice empowers people leaders to build engaged, high-performing teams, inspire winning cultures, and make strategic, data-driven business decisions. Now more than ever as we navigate a new normal business environment and remote work, Lattice wants to continue to offer support for People leaders in times of uncertainty and is offering their full Engagement platform, including deep-dive surveys, employee NPS, and Pulse review check-ins for free.

“Offering insight and understanding to people leaders is critical, and Lattice’s Engagement platform is the only tool on the market today that natively connects data to Performance analytics to pull actionable insights for teams,” says Altman. “We believe people strategy is business strategy and want to do what we can to aid companies to do what’s best for their employees during this time.”

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Lattice eNPS Gives People Teams a Look at the Future of their Organizations

Today at Lattice, we’re launching the simplest and fastest way for companies to measure employee loyalty and predict the future of their company with employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS). This metric acts as a leading indicator for employee outcomes like productivity and retention, and helps HR teams uncover the most actionable steps to improve their employee experience. 

Lattice eNPS packs a ton of insight into one question so you can instantly gain an understanding of your culture and entire employee experience. And you can start getting those insights immediately because implementing it in your next survey takes just one click.

It’s never been more important to prioritize employees. For most, their experience at work is also their experience at home. Employees feel disconnected from their teams, managers are worried about their people, and HR teams need data to inform the decisions they’re making to support them. Lattice eNPS supports people teams through all of these challenges by tracking a consistent North Star metric to know if your people are OK. 

It’s rare for HR and managers to have leading indicators – metrics that can paint a clear picture of what the future of their company looks like. It’s important to look back at what happened to explain the past, but it’s critical now to look forward and make the best decisions for your team and company’s future. 

Whether your employees are remote or onsite, you can get started with Lattice Engagement right now by booking a demo with one of our product specialists. You can also read more about Lattice eNPS here.

Industry News

Learn Exactly How You Can Support Your People During Uncertainty – Lattice Crisis Response Survey

It’s a strange and scary time for the world right now. 

Leadership teams are grappling with how to survive and thrive through an unprecedented public health crisis. Fortunate companies are now figuring out how to operationalize running a completely remote team. 

Companies lean on HR in moments like these. People teams guide their organizations through uncertainty, anchoring around cultural norms and maintaining the direction of the business.

You may have never expected to handle a crisis like this one, so we wanted to share the Crisis Response Survey Template we’re using here at Lattice. We worked with experts to choose this specific set of questions for a few reasons:

They are highly actionable: Every question on the survey asks about something that can be improved with an action, initiative, or response. This will surface the most immediately important themes of the employee experience that you can make an impact on. We kept the survey short enough that teams can reasonably act on and respond to them.

They are dynamic: Because these questions are all time-sensitive and crisis-specific, responses can change as quickly as external circumstances do. We recommend asking these questions regularly throughout the crisis to ensure employees feel heard.

They put people first: It’s a time for us to take an exceptionally human approach to people strategy. Companies need to ensure that their employees feel like their whole selves and those that depend on them are taken care of. 

Managers are learning how to lead, motivate and work with their teams virtually. Employees are dealing with the transition to remote work, but more importantly, the greater uncertainty and instability in the world around them. Work doesn’t necessarily feel like the most important thing right now, but that doesn’t mean work stops. It’s harder, but more crucial than ever before to gather feedback, understand how your team is feeling, and act on that information.

The Lattice Crisis Response Survey is available as a pre-built template in Lattice Engagement. You can also see the template along with more details on the questions and themes here.

If you’re looking for more People Strategy and HR resources on the COVID-19 crisis, you can find Lattice’s toolkit for staying productive and engaged here