Tendo improves the economic security of frontline workers by providing an independent ledger on which individuals can store on-job skills accreditations from their employer.
How Tendo Works
Tendo’s platform allows employers and employees to share a common record of hours and skills during their time of employment. This generates a mutually verified record that compounds over time, on a weekly or monthly basis. An employee’s Tendo record is portable, acting as a lifetime store of their occupational competencies and experience.
1. An employer or employee composes a “Stamp” containing information about hours and skills.
2. Stamp shared with recipient for verification
3. Recipient verifies Stamp
4. Records for employee and employer updated
Increase productivity by indicating new skills and competencies for each employee
Maintain employee reliability by providing regular recognition of hours worked
Understand ways to improve retention by keeping employees engaged in development
Learn about new skills to develop
Gain recognition for reliability and consistent delivery of hours
Maintain a record about your long-term value to a company and be formally acknowledged for your progress
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