Tendo improves the economic security of low to moderate income workers by providing a trusted ledger on which to build a verified record for work done, at the same time providing an incentive to maintain relevancy in a dynamic job market through continuous upskilling.
How does Tendo work?
Tendo allows companies and employees to share a verified record of hours worked and skills demonstrated, increasing motivation and incentivising professional development.
1. Employer notes hours, skills and timeframe in a “Stamp”
2. Stamp shared with employee
3. Employee verifies Stamp
4. Employee record updated - a dynamic digital passport for work
Increase productivity by indicating pathways to progressing within each role
Maintain employee reliability by providing regular recognition of hours worked
Understand ways to improve retention and gain insights about drivers behind employee motivation
• Learn about new skills to develop in your role and gain recognition for your progress
• Gain recognition for reliability and consistent delivery of hours
• Maintain a record about your longterm value to a company