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Parklet, an employee onboarding and experience solution, today announced the launch of the Parklet New Hire Experience, the latest release of its employee onboarding software, which enables employers to provide a highly personalized, consistent and branded experience from offer acceptance through the entire employee lifecycle.
Startup Parklet specializes in easing that task, and today the San Francisco-based firm is announcing its first outside investment — a $1.5 million seed round so it can help companies onboard and culturally integrate more new workers.
Parklet is building a tool kit for people operations... [and] this is only the very beginning of tools that Parklet might roll out for people operations, a point of departure for employee engagement, employee satisfaction, and employee productivity.
Most companies are looking at how to get people in the door; Parklet is solving how to retain them.
The San Francisco-based company is a part of a new class of enterprise solutions aimed to bring consumer level design and engagement to workplaces tasked with retaining Generation Y employees.
Dane leads sales and design at Parklet. Prior to Parklet, Dane founded and led JobSpice, a Y Combinator-funded startup, and later served as Product Director at Rally.org.
Andrew oversees software development on the Parklet platform. Prior to Parklet, Andrew led engineering efforts at Rally.org, Siemens and MSpot (Samsung).
Greg drives sales and marketing at Parklet. Prior to Parklet, Greg was a Senior Account Executive at Adobe and an early sales hire at EchoSign (Adobe), Quantivo and Arena Solutions.