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How to Gain the Upper Hand in the Talent Wars

MEDIUM

Your company may not be a Google or a Facebook, but that doesn’t mean you can’t level the playing field by offering and managing significant workplace services.

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Espresa Launches Facebook-like Perks Service

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Now your San Francisco Bay Area company can offer on-demand massages. That is the promise of Espresa, which has launched an employee services app for companies to offer the same kind of perks as the likes of Facebook and Google.

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How This Workplace Services Platform Is Helping Companies Win The Talent Wars

FORBES

Let’s face it: When it comes to workplace benefits, it’s pretty tough to compete with the Googles and Facebooks of the world. Enter Espresa, a Palo Alto-based startup that wants to level the playing field...

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Espresa snaps up $2 mln seed

PE HUB NETWORK

Silicon Valley-based Espresa, a work/life balance platform provider for companies, has secured $2 million in seed funding. The investors included Crosslink Capital, Clear Ventures and TEC Ventures.

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Google-style Perks Expanding Beyond Silicon Valley

EMPLOYEE BENEFIT ADVISER

The average working class citizen with a 40 hour a week, Monday through Friday job has very little time to handle personal responsibilities. Office employees need to make sure their outfits are cleaned and pressed for each day of work…

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War for Talent Being Won with Workplace Services Platforms like Espresa

HR DIVE

Using benefits and work-life balance perks to attract and retain employees is nothing new. However, the way that Espresa approaches this with a marketplace for employees to choose from hundreds of services that matter the most to them is something of interest...

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Espresa’s Cloud Platform to Improve Work-Life Balance

TECHSEEN

California-based Espresa, has introduced a cloud platform that allows companies to provide workplace services for employees. Claiming to be the first of its kind, this platform aims to enable the employees to maintain a balance between work and life…

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Espresa Hopes to Bring Google-Like Employee Perks to Every Company

RECRUITING TOOLS

Google has been the inspiration for many vendors in our industry. A trailblazer for how they keep employees happy with free food and complimentary services like dry-cleaning, Google is a beacon for employee retention...

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Espresa Launches First Enterprise Platform for Improving Work-Life Balance

YAHOO! FINANCE

Espresa today launched the first platform that allows companies of any size to provide workplace services for employees. Employers use Espresa to deliver and manage services…

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Espresa Wants to Help Companies Pamper Their Employees

TECHCRUNCH

The range of benefits that Silicon Valley companies offer employees may vary from dental, vision and 401(k) all the way to yoga, massages, car washes and beauty services. With tech giants like Facebook and Google making a big deal…

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Espresa Finds $2M For Employee Services

SILICONTAP

Palo Alto-based Espresa, a startup that offers up services such as car repair, dry cleaning, wellness, and massages to employees via a mobile or web app, said it has raised $2M in seed funding.

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How to Build A Great Employee Benefits Package

BUSINESS NEWS DAILY

When employers talk about their "compensation packages," they don't mean just salary. But a truly impactful employee benefits program goes well beyond medical coverage...

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Term Sheet

FORTUNE

Espresa, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based app that allows businesses to provide services to its employees, has raised $2 million in seed funding from Crosslink Capital, Clear Ventures, TEC Ventures, and angel investors.

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Enterprise Work-Life Balance Improvement Platform Espresa Raises $2M

FINSMES

Espresa, a Palo Alto, CA-based enterprise platform for improving work-life balance, raised $2m in seed funding. Founed in June 2015 by CEO Alex Shubat, Espresa provide a platform that allow companies of any size to provide workplace services...

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