Small Improvements talked with HR professionals from three of Berlin’s most successful startups to discover how they created a culture of employee recognition.
Part two of Small Improvements’ CEO Per Fragemann’s six lessons in six years that he’s learned as a startup founder.
Small Improvements invited Reddit’s People & Culture team to Berlin for an evening of informative conversation packed with actionable tips for HR managers.
A company value should reflect your identity, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be timeless. Our friends at Reddit share their tips on how companies can best grow and evolve.
Small Improvements turned six in 2017, so we asked CEO Per Fragemann to spotlight the six lessons he’s learned in six years as a founder.
Giving employees the freedom to work remotely is something we value at Small Improvements. So we asked our seasoned remote pros for their best tips.
Not too much, not too few, but just the right amount of meetings needed to keep Small Improvements running.
Last year Small Improvements donated $68,000 to various charities. We show where each dollar went.
We’re packing our laptops, bean bags, blankets and portable WiFi back into the 1985 VW Westfalia this Thursday, July 14th, for our third round of the “Customer Success Express!”
What to do when four remote employees get together with our Berlin developer in San Francisco? Take to the beach with the ol’ pop-up office, of course!
Five years ago a developer, a graphic designer and a student became the first employees …
What a year! Small Improvements collected $2.9m in license revenues in 2015, that’s an increase …
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