September 12, 2012

Workitywork – Show the Love

Workitywork is a tool that business owners and managers can use to increase workplace morale and boost employee engagement at their offices. The web-application provides tool that have been specifically designed to help employees feel like their opinions are being heard and they’re being appreciated for their work.

To get started improving employee satisfaction and raising the happiness level at your own office, sign up for a company account. Workitywork pricing is based on the number of employees you have using the application, which makes the application cheaper for small businesses than large ones. Once you’ve activated the account and gotten logged on, you can invite your team members to upload their own photos and create their own profiles. As an admin, you can determine how much access each member of your team has to the site, giving lower-level staffers less access than upper-level managers. When an employee does something worthy of recognition, send that person a “kudos” message. The number of kudos each person has received will appear under his or her profile photo in the company account.

When you’re not recognizing other people who’ve contributed at your organization, you can celebrate yourself with special “triumphs,” which are meant to promote small wins with the team. You can also create custom polls to find out what people would like to eat for lunch, what time of day they prefer staff-wide meetings to be held, or what special perks they’d most like to see made available at the office.

Practical Uses:

  • Compliment a coworker on a great presentation
  • Let everyone in the office know how you’re feeling each day
  • Celebrate the completion of a major project by posting about your triumph
  • Take a poll to find out when an upcoming meeting should be held

Insider Tips:

  • Workitywork tracks the office-wide happiness level each day
  • People can use “triumphs” to let others know about their accomplishments
  • Workitywork keeps track of the number of kudos each employee has received
  • All Workitywork is backed up each day

What we liked:

  • People tend to get more done when they’re happier at work
  • Workitywork works within a person’s existing email clients
  • Employees at larger offices can get to know each other better by using the Workitywork application
  • Workitywork makes it easy for bosses to give kudos to deserving employees

What we didn’t like:

  • Workitywork has a limited number of features


  • None

Company Info:

  • Launched: June 2012
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Founded by: Patrick Chukwura and Ashli Norton
  • Web site:


  • $4 per user, per month

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