Progressive people leaders are working Bravely.
Our clients are venture-backed startups and large enterprise organizations across technology, food and beverage, media, marketing, and more.
Headquartered in Seattle with a presence in Denver, San Francisco, and New York, Zillow owns companies including Trulia, Naked Apartments, Streeteasy, and more.
“People are terrified to bring concerns forward. [So] if you feel like you can’t trust your manager, if you’re scared to go to HR, who do you go to? By the time a problem usually gets to my team, it is spiraling out of our ability to diffuse the situation. [We started] thinking: how could we provide pathways and resources for people to get support in the workplace? We were doing a lot of research… and that’s when we found Bravely.”
“Having [Bravely] is the right thing to do. If one person says because of a conversation they had, that paid for it, right there.”
Helping a national fast-casual food chain support employees through disruptive organizational change.
As it prepared for a large transition across its corporate headquarters, a Fortune 1000 restaurant group knew they needed to take action to support their people, protect their productivity, and prevent the spread of toxic culture. They wanted to give employees a safe space to talk about what they were feeling without fear of awkwardness or retribution.Download
Providing a multinational software organization with new ways to increase retention and improve culture.
After announcing major changes at the executive level and a shift in their business model, a large software services organization learned that employees felt unclear about their role and trajectory at the company—and that this issue was particularly pronounced among women and other under-represented groups.Download