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It’s all about relationships.

Relationships are how employees build the feelings of trust, identity, well-being and altruism . . . these are at the heart of a highly engaged workforce.  People who feel engaged are more productive. They grow. They lead. They share ideas. And they stick around to make your company better.

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People who feel connected are 37% more productive

Employees are 7x more likely to stay if they have friends at work

A connected workforce produces 400% more revenue

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So how do you do it?

It’s different for every company. It’s why we’ve created something more than an app – it’s a dedicated employee engagement platform. Bonfyre combines simple and delightful real-time communication with dozens of features to support all of your employee engagement efforts.

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