"My role as CEO entails a number of different functions; helping the teams gel together so that we can build a common vision of taking Lulalend as far as we possibly can.
"I like Hi5 because it's first and foremost a simple tool. So, being a CEO of a startup, where you have so many daily functions on the go, but understanding the importance of team culture and making sure that the team is optimistic and buying into the vision, you need a tool that's simple yet effective and really engaging - and that's what we've found in Hi5. It ticks all those boxes in terms of what we're looking for to be able to drive employee engagement and making sure that we're creating excitement amongst team members and improving morale.
"Since using Hi5 we've seen just a real, improved upbeat nature within the employee group; [staff] being recognised for the jobs that they're doing that would (maybe in the past) not go unnoticed, but never really be rewarded or recognised. So, it's a really nice functionality that they can see the reward for the work that they're putting in. At the same time there are a lot of people who have a lot of love to give, and it's a nice tool for them to be able to express that. So, it's been a super helpful engagement tool for the company.
"I think it's just human nature to enjoy recognition for a job well done, and then it's always nice on a monthly basis to be rewarded as the number 1 Hi5 giver or receiver - that adds the cherry on the cake." - Trevor Gosling, Co-founder & CEO
"People are happier and they are willing to give each other feedback, which we didn't have before."
"It works for our business and it really has driven an amazing culture through the team."
"Hi5 motivates us; it gives us a positive outlook about ourselves, because other people are seeing it."
"It's a cool concept to spread the happiness around and to know what's happening in the company."
"Hi5 has been a breath of fresh air - it's easy, it's quick and gives immediate feedback."
“It pushes you to actually give recognition, which you wouldn’t usually do.”