Karma Rewards

Earn karma points at work and get real-life perks

Free peer recognition and appreciation on chats. Each karma point generates 1 karma coin. Team leaders can set custom rewards: 'Laser tag ticket', 'Amazon gift card', 'Free coffee', or even a 'Day off'!
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🎉 Karma Rewards is here! We've got exciting news for you today. After a lengthy period of wireframing, designing and coding we're finally ready to share the next phase of ‘Project Karma’. Karma is a free peer recognition and appreciation system on chats. Each karma point generates 1 karma coin. Team leaders can set custom rewards: 'Laser tag ticket', 'Amazon gift card', 'Free coffee', or even a 'Day off'! This way people could spend their hard-earned karma coins in the real world. You can try and enable Karma Rewards from your admin panel. Karma Return on Investment strategy explained According to Deloitte, 43% of millennials see themselves quitting their current job within the next 2 years. If you employ a majority of Gen Z staff — watch out — 61% plan to leave within 24 months. > “Among millennials, the number of employees who’d leave if unappreciated jumps to 76%.” – says Forbes. Karma can help you with that. Consider the following example. Let's say, your tech startup employs 100, it's likely that 80 of them were born after 1982. Up to 10 people would decide to leave later this year. Each new hire costs a company approximately $10k-15k (average in IT/Engineering sector). Forbes claims at least 66% leave because they don't feel appreciated at work. In your fictional startup, it means 6 people. Karma bot is all about appreciation and recognition, about making sure that the little 'thank you's are not getting lost in everyday chat noise. We focus on tracking micro-feedback and rewards. Consider this – because of Karma, at least 1 person felt underappreciated and decided to stay. A company is saving $15k on the spot. In this simple scenario, Karma saves more than $14k: Karma Pro plan for a team of 100 is $864/year, just 72 cents per user per month. Today could be the best day to save on staff rotation and utilise the full Karma potential. Long story short, working on Slack or Microsoft Teams? You might wanna give Karma a go https://karmabot.chat

Congrats on a launch!
We are using it for more than 2 years and happy for this product!
@vladimir_kramarenko 😉Thanks you folks!
@vladimir_kramarenko Ping me at stas@karmabot.chat, we'll send you the swag
Great job, Stas and David! Love the reputation system concept-- think that's incredibly powerful.
@sophdeng Thanks Sophia for your support!