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Give me more software – said no-one ever. Weekly10 in Microsoft Teams saves your tech stack.

Weekly10 makes it effortless for HR directors to impact employee engagement and performance management with the Weekly10 app on Microsoft Teams.

5th AUGUST 2021, WREXHAM UK

Give me more software – said no-one ever. We just want tech that works.

That’s why HR directors, managers, and employees look forward to doing their Weekly10 check-in through Microsoft Teams. Weekly10 gives employees the time, space, and process to reflect on learnings, celebrate successes, recognise others for their support, and keep track of their progress; all within Microsoft Teams - a place they’re familiar with because they use it every day.

Our customers, now more than ever, are looking for solutions to keep their employees happy, healthy, and engaged. That’s just one reason we’re very happy that Microsoft customers can use Weekly10 through Microsoft Teams.

Uriel Rootshtain, director, marketing, Modern Work at Microsoft Corp.

70% of all IT projects fail. That’s why Weekly10 was built to run seamlessly in Microsoft Teams. It reduces a company’s tech stack (music to the CTOs ears) and increases adoption and participation levels (to the delight of the HR team) who tend to own the project.

Most HR tech is built for HR – that’s where Weekly10 differs. It was borne out of personal need and frustration. Weekly10 Founder & CEO, Andy Roberts, explains:

“I was fed up with the way performance reviews were a box-ticking exercise, and how tough it was to check-in with my team around the world. So, I did what any developer does best: I wrote my own software to fix the issue!“

The heart of the platform is the Weekly10 check-in. A simple 10-minute journal-style update that people send to their manager each week through Microsoft Teams, allowing their manager to give timely, specific feedback to help them stay engaged and on track.

More than 80% of Weekly10’s global customer base complete their Weekly10 check-in through Microsoft Teams each week.

“The world of work has undergone some monumental challenges and changes of late, and with a considerable amount of uncertainty for many around what the future of work will look like, our customers, now more than ever, are looking for solutions to keep their employees happy, healthy, and engaged. That’s just one reason we’re very happy that Microsoft customers can use Weekly10 through Microsoft Teams,” said Uriel Rootshtain, director, marketing, Modern Work at Microsoft Corp.