Kudos to Kudos! Show your people you see what they're doing well and that you appreciate them!
December 31, 2020

Kudos to Kudos! Show your people you see what they're doing well and that you appreciate them!

Matthew M. Morris | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Kudos

We use Kudos across our organization to recognize employees in all areas. It is our primary recognition system and allows immediate positive reinforcement of good behavior through company wide updates on Kudos, as well as the monitors we feed it directly too and run 24/7. It has been a Godsend and the familiar Facebook type format makes it very user friendly.
  • It allows for immediate positive recognition
  • Customized badges and awards
  • Ease of use
  • I am honestly so happy with Kudos that I don't have any suggestions to improve - love it!
  • Higher morale
  • Increased productivity
  • Reduced turnover
  • Stronger culture
We used Recognize prior to making the switch to Kudos and was largely due to the cumbersome use of the platform, the difficulty getting to look just like we wanted to, and just did not offer the options that Kudos does to customize everything. The app is great too and makes it impossible not to find the time to keep your team informed of all the things they and their fellow team members are shining at!

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Having a larger staff of hourly employees it is difficult to always make them know they are being recognized for a job well done. Kudos makes it easy and most importantly fun. The GIF, etc. that can be added are awesome and keep morale up too! Some employees may not like the public attention as much, but have found even my team members that say that shine a little brighter when they see themselves on the board for something someone else pointed out they did well.